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PRS for Music

Categories: Music / songs

Previously known as the Performing Rights Society. They have also erected plaques to Squeeze, Jethro Tull and Blur.

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PRS for Music

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Dire Straits first gig

PRS for Music Dire Straits first gigged here, 1977. Presented to Farrer House...

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Faithless

Faithless first gigged here 5 March 1996, Jazz Cafe. PRS for Music Heritage A...

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Madness

Unveiled by Madness, including Suggs, that Londonphile.

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Marc Bolan shrine - PRS

In Respectful memory of Marc Bolan, 30th September 1947 - 16th September 1977...

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Orbital

Orbital first performed here, 18 March 1990, The Garage (formerly Town & ...

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Other Subjects

John Hampden Gurney

John Hampden Gurney

Anglican clergyman and hymnist. Born the son of a lawyer at 12 Serjeant's Inn. Rector of St Mary's, Bryanston Square, from 1847 until his death at home 63 Gloucester Place.

Person, Music / songs, Religion

2 memorials
The Garage

The Garage

From Mamacolive: "Opened in 1993, The Garage quickly established itself as the capital’s finest indie and rock venue; performing at the venue is a rite of passage for many bands. The venue has also...

Group, Music / songs

1 memorial
La Gioconda / Giaconda

La Gioconda / Giaconda

Back in the 1960s this was the place where would-be future pop icons hung out.  We've found references to: Marc Bolan, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, Donovan, Small Faces, Elton John, Jimi Hendrix,...

Group, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink, Music / songs

1 memorial
Jean Adebambo

Jean Adebambo

British singer, best known for songs in the lovers rock genre. Born Islington. It is believed she died by suicide, at her Leytonstone home.

Person, Music / songs, Tragedy

1 memorial
Thomas Augustine Arne

Thomas Augustine Arne

Composer. Born in King Street, Covent Garden. Wrote "Rule Britannia" in the Dove Pub, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, it is said. Buried in St. Paul's Church, Covent Garden.

Person, Music / songs

3 memorials