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Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of

Plaque: Wardour Street clubs

Erection date: 2013


This is the former site of the.....
1960s - Flamingo Club where Georgie Fame recorded "Night Train".
1970s - Whiskey-A-Go-Go where James Brown and Kool & the Gang played.
1980s and 90s - The WAG Club. In 1984 David Bowie filmed the MTV video "Blue Jean" here.
2001 to the present - O'Neill's. Good food, drink and great craic.

Site: Wardour Street clubs (2 memorials)

W1, Wardour Street, 33 - 37

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Kool and the Gang

Jazz, R&B, Disco, Soul and Funk group. Originally formed as the 'Jazziacs...

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Chain of Irish themed public houses. The first was opened in AberdeeenĀ and th...

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David Bowie

Musician and actor. Born David Robert Jones 40 Stansfield Road, Brixton. The ...

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James Brown

Musician. Born James Joseph Brown Junior in Barnwell, South Carolina. Known a...

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Georgie Fame

Jazz and R&B singer and pianist. Born as Clive Powell in Leigh, Lancashir...

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Flamingo Club

This building was the location of The Flamingo Club (1957 - 1967) the home of...

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