Person    | Male  Born 23/8/1946  Died 7/9/1978

Keith Moon

Drummer with the Who. Born Central Middlesex County Hospital, Willesden. Grew up in Wembley. Led a wild life and died of a drug overdose in a flat on loan from Harry Nilsson, flat 12 at 9 Curzon Place, Shepherd Market. The same flat in which Cass Elliot had died, probably of a heart attack, just over 4 years earlier.

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Keith Moon

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Keith Moon

Unveiled by Roger Daltrey and Keith's mum.

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Laurence Corner Army Surplus

Laurence Corner On this site was the famous chic Army Surplus store, which sa...

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Tony Meehan

Tony Meehan

Drummer.  Born Daniel Joseph Anthony Meehan at the New End Hospital, Hampstead. He was one of the original line-up of Cliff Richard's backing group, The Shadows. He left the group in 1961 and event...

Person, Education, Music / songs

1 memorial
Sir Henry Wood

Sir Henry Wood

Conductor and composer.  The first British-born career conductor. Born in London.  He founded the promenade concerts in 1895 at the Queen's Hall.  When this was destroyed in the Blitz the concerts ...

Person, Music / songs

2 memorials
Paul Robeson

Paul Robeson

Singer, actor (also athlete and civil rights activist). Born Princeton, New Jersey to a former slave, who educated himself to become a theologian and who had great expectations of his son, expectat...

Person, Cinema, Music / songs, Race Issues, Seriously Famous, Theatre, USA

1 memorial
Dave Shepherd

Dave Shepherd

Clarinettist. Born David Joseph Shepherd. He studied under a clarinettist from the Hamburg State Opera Orchestra while stationed there after World War II, and went on to play with many of the leadi...

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial
Alan Blumlein

Alan Blumlein

Electronics engineer, notable for his many inventions in telecommunications, sound recording, stereophonic sound, television and radar. He received 128 patents and was considered one of the most si...

Person, Music / songs, Science, Tragedy, TV & Radio

1 memorial