Plaque

Soul II Soul

Inscription

Soul II Soul first gigged live here, 1991, at Electric (formerly The Fridge)
PRS for Music Heritage Award

2023: Andrew Czezowski, co-founder of the Fridge, contacted us to point out that the plaque incorrectly suggests that SIIS played at the Electric. SIIS played at the Fridge, not the Electric.

Site: Soul II Soul (1 memorial)

SW2, Town Hall Parade, Electric Brixton

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Soul II Soul

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Soul II Soul

Musical group. Founded by Jazzie B (Trevor Beresford Romeo). They are best kn...

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Electric Brixton

Nightclub formerly known as The Fridge. 

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The Fridge

Former nightclub.  It claimed to have been the first British club to have suc...

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Soul II Soul

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PRS for Music

Previously known as the Performing Rights Society. They have also erected pl...

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