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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Frank Bates

Frank Bates

Lead vocalist with the Southern Syncopated Orchestra. Born in Barbados, he joined the orchestra initially as a banjo player. He died with seven other members of the band in the sinking of the SS Ro...

Person, Music / songs, Caribbean Islands

1 memorial
Gene Rondo

Gene Rondo

Winston Lara, better known by his stage name Gene Rondo, was a Jamaican reggae singer. After first recording as part of the duo Gene & Roy in Jamaica, he relocated to London where he continued ...

Person, Music / songs, Jamaica

1 memorial
Red Bus Recording Studios

Red Bus Recording Studios

Founded by Eliot Cohen, Ellis Elias and Leslie Grade this studio has recorded Bananarama, Duran Duran, Gloria Gaynor, Billy Ocean, Sinitta, Spandau Ballet, Tina Turner, Alison Moyet, Boney M, Goldf...

Place, Music / songs

1 memorial
The Fridge

The Fridge

Former nightclub.  It claimed to have been the first British club to have such innovations as video screens and a chill out lounge, and was at the heart of the 1980s New Romantic movement. After it...

Place, Music / songs

1 memorial
Novello family

Novello family

Musicians, singers and music publishers. Occupied 69 Meard Street, 1834-1898. Father Vincent born 1781. Not related to Ivor.  The publishing company is now part of the Music Sales Group. Had print...

Group, Journalism / Publishing, Music / songs

3 memorials