Group    From 1976 

Boney M

Categories: Music / songs

Countries: Caribbean Islands

Pop group. Originally, the group comprised four Jamaican born singers. They achieved world-wide chart success with songs such as 'Ma Baker', 'Rivers of Babylon' and 'Rasputin'.

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

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Boney M

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Elizabeth Mitchell

Elizabeth "Liz" Mitchell, the voice of pop reggae super group Boney M, lived ...

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WAG Club

WAG Club

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Tubby Hayes

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1 memorial
S. K. Golder

S. K. Golder

Member of the office staff of Trinity College of Music, killed in WW1.

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1 memorial
Kool and the Gang

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