Group    From 18/7/1970 

Queen

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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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Sir John Dankworth

Sir John Dankworth

Jazz musician and composer. Born John Philip William Dankworth at 38 Beech Hall Road, Walthamstow (just a few streets away from the plaque). Known as Johnny, he was also an accomplished clarinettis...

Person, Music / songs, Seriously Famous

1 memorial
Harry Secombe

Harry Secombe

Actor, comedian and singer. Born Harry Donald Secombe in St Thomas, Swansea where he grew up. In World War II, he served in the Royal Artillery, and whilst in North Africa he first met Spike Millig...

Person, Cinema, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, Theatre, TV & Radio, Africa, Wales

3 memorials
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
Samuel Harrison
1 memorial
Ms Dynamite

Ms Dynamite

Award-winning rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer. Born as Niomi Arleen McLean-Daley and raised in Archway.

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial