Group    From 9/5/2000 

Federation of Reggae Music

Categories: Music / songs

Music Company. Their activity is recorded as supporting activities to performing arts.

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

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Federation of Reggae Music

Creations Information

Bob Marley - NW2

From Jamaica Observer: The building ... was home to Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, B...

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Dennis Brown

Unveiled as part of the 50th anniversary of Jamaican independence.

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Elizabeth Mitchell

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

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Gregory Isaacs

Gregory Isaacs, "The Cool Ruler", international reggae superstar, 1950 - 2010...

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The Cimarons

The UK's first roots reggae band The Cimarons was formed here in 1969. Federa...

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Other Subjects

Anton Bruckner

Anton Bruckner

Composer. On 29 July 1871 he stayed in a house in Finsbury Square. He was in London giving six organ recitals at Royal Albert Hall and five at the Crystal Palace. While in London he started work ...

Person, Music / songs, Austria

1 memorial
Thomas Britton

Thomas Britton

Held weekly concerts over his coal merchant's shop in Jerusalem Passage, from 1678. Important composers such as Pepusch and, it is also rumoured, Handel, paid visits to his musical evenings.Popular...

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial
Park Lane Group

Park Lane Group

From their website: This is a charity which "Given the free use of Park Lane House, 45 Park Lane, London W1 in 1956..." gives opportunities to young musicians.

Group, Music / songs, Philanthropy

1 memorial
George Grossmith, Snr

George Grossmith, Snr

Born London. Entertainer and author. Created a number of the great Gilbert and Sullivan roles, including Bunthorne, possibly modelled on Oscar Wilde. With his brother Weedon wrote the comic novel '...

Person, Literature, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial
Rev. John Newton

Rev. John Newton

A slave-trader turned preacher and abolitionist.  Born Wapping.  Began his ecclesiastical career at Olney in Buckinghamshire where he wrote the words to 'Amazing Grace' and published the hymn in a ...

Person, Music / songs, Race Issues, Religion

1 memorial