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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

Bernard Schmidt

Bernard Schmidt

Organ builder. Born Germany. Came to England in about 1660. Known as Father Smith.

Person, Craft / Design, Music / songs, Germany

1 memorial
Sir Alan Herbert

Sir Alan Herbert

Author and politician. Born Alan Patrick Herbert at Ashtead Lodge, Ashtead, Leatherhead. He was called to the bar, but never practised. Joined Punch magazine as a writer in 1924 and went on to writ...

Person, Literature, Music / songs, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan

Musician, singer-songwriter.  Born Robert Allen Zimmerman in Minnesota.  He was invited to appear in a BBC TV drama ‘The Madhouse on Castle Street” and consequently he was in London December 1962 –...

Person, Music / songs, Seriously Famous

1 memorial
Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr

Musician and songwriter. Born Liverpool. One of the four Beatles, the drummer in the group, though, when asked whether Ringo was the best drummer in the world, John Lennon replied: "He's not even t...

Person, Music / songs, Seriously Famous

2 memorials
Lady John Manners

Lady John Manners

There is sheet music dated 1873 for a song "True for ever" with words and music by Lady John Manners and Virginia Gabriel. Could this be the same LJM who opened our garden? We hope so.

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial