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Queen

Categories: Music / songs

Rock group. Lead singer was Freddie Mercury. The band, including Freddie and Brian May, played their first public performance under the name Queen at Imperial College, though Wikipedia says: "On 2 July 1971, Queen played their first show in the classic line-up of Mercury, May, Deacon and Taylor at a Surrey college outside London." 1975 recorded their most successful track - Bohemian Rhapsody.  2014: albums are still being announced.

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Queen

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Queen's first gig

Queen, first public performance in London here, 18 July 1970. PRS for Musical...

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The Ealing Club

The Ealing Club

It originally opened in January 1959 as the 'Ealing Jazz Club', changing its name when it became London's first regular rhythm and blues venue. It was here that Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were ...

Place, Music / songs

1 memorial
Alfred Phillips

Alfred Phillips

Composer, publisher, piano dealer. Alfred William Phillips was born in Whitechapel to a family in 'trade', one of which was a music shop, where he learnt piano tuning. When he started his own busin...

Person, Commerce, Music / songs

4 memorials
Emile Ford

Emile Ford

Musician and singer. Born Michael Emile Telford Miller in Castries, Saint Lucia. His family moved to London in the mid 1950s where he taught himself to play a number of musical instruments. He made...

Person, Music / songs, Caribbean Islands

1 memorial
Nick Mason

Nick Mason

Musician and composer. Drummer with Pink Floyd and the only constant member of the band since its formation in 1965.

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial