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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

Sir Arthur Sullivan

Sir Arthur Sullivan

Composer With W. S. Gilbert wrote the Savoy Operas, including The Mikado and The Pirates of Penzance. Sullivan also wrote Onward Christian Soldiers and The Lost Chord, which was the first phonogr...

Person, Music / songs, Seriously Famous

1 memorial
Charles Dibdin

Charles Dibdin

Dramatist, composer, writer and theatre proprietor. Employed Grimaldi at Sadler's Wells. Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin was known professionally as Charles Pitt or Charles Dibdin the younger. Born in R...

Person, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial
Gene Rondo

Gene Rondo

Winston Lara, better known by his stage name Gene Rondo, was a Jamaican reggae singer. After first recording as part of the duo Gene & Roy in Jamaica, he relocated to London where he continued ...

Person, Music / songs, Jamaica

1 memorial
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
Ray Carless

Ray Carless

Seminal black British 1980s big band Jazz Warriors tenor saxophonist. Born Jamaica. As part of the Windrush generation his parents came to London. Ray joined them in East London in 1963. Died at th...

Person, Music / songs, Jamaica

1 memorial