Group    From 1960  To 2003

Bee Gees

Three members of the group: Barry Gibb and his brothers, the twins Robin & Maurice, all born on the Isle of Man. The family emigrated to Australia in 1958 and that was where they began their musical career. They returned to England in 1966 They wrote and performed: Saturday Night Fever, Staying Alive, How Deep Is Your Love, etc.

The group ended when Maurice died suddenly in 2003.

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Bee Gees

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Bee Gees

The Bee Gees, Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb, composed and stayed here, 1968...

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Freddy Randall

Freddy Randall

Trumpeter. Born in Clapton, East London. He led the St. Louis Four in 1939, and during the war played in a group featuring Sir John Dankworth. He also led his own Dixieland jazz group which feature...

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial
Charles Dibdin

Charles Dibdin

Dramatist, composer, writer and theatre proprietor. Employed Grimaldi at Sadler's Wells. Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin was known professionally as Charles Pitt or Charles Dibdin the younger. Born in R...

Person, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial
Soul II Soul

Soul II Soul

Musical group. Founded by Jazzie B (Trevor Beresford Romeo). They are best known for their 1989 UK chart-topper and US top five hit 'Back to Life (However Do you Want Me)'.

Group, Music / songs

1 memorial
Richard Wagner

Richard Wagner

Composer, conductor, theatre director and John Wayne look-alike. Born Germany. Came to London in 1839, heavily in debt. Stayed at 23-25 Old Compton Street where he begun the Flying Dutchman, inspir...

Person, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, Theatre

2 memorials
Brian Epstein

Brian Epstein

Beatles' manager and impresario. Born Liverpool. Homosexual and artistic, briefly studied at RADA, then joined the family retail business. Involved in the local music scene he spotted the Beatles a...

Person, Music / songs, Tragedy

3 memorials