Person    | Male  Born 18/12/1943 

Keith Richards

Guitarist, singer and songwriter. Born in Dartford. He attended primary school with Mick Jagger for several years. They later met up again, and went on to be founding members of the Rolling Stones.

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Keith Richards

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Keith Richards - Dartford

6 Spielman Road. Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones spent his teen years in...

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Keith Richards - Dartford temporary plaque

This plaque was located here for a short time. Although English Heritage is c...

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Robin Gibb

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Sir Harry Lauder

Sir Harry Lauder

Internationally successful singer and comedian, music hall artiste (e.g. "Roamin' in the Gloamin'"). Born Edinburgh. His first London engagement was in 1900 and, having reduced his strong accent, t...

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International Reggae Day

International Reggae Day

From Caribbean National Weekly: "Reggae fans across the globe celebrate the rich legacy of reggae music today, July 1, as International Reggae Day (IRD). Honoring the genre’s rich history while cel...

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