Group    From 1964  To 1996

The Kinks

Rock group formed in Muswell Hill. Their numerous hits include: 'You Really Got Me', 'Waterloo Sunset' and 'Sunny Afternoon'. Founding members were the brothers Ray & Dave Davies and Pete Quaife.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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The Kinks

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Pete Quaife

The plaque is inside the school building. The photograph was taken at the unv...

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Ray and Dave Davies

The Clissold Arms, London Ray & Dave Davies Site of the first public perf...

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Cecil Sharp

Cecil Sharp

Collector of English folk-songs and dances. Born Denmark Hill. Spent 1882 - 92 in Australia. Developed an interest in English folk-music in 1899 and began his prolific collection which later expand...

Person, Dance, Museums / Libraries, Music / songs, Australia

1 memorial
Samuel Stennett, DD

Samuel Stennett, DD

Baptist minister and hymnwriter.  Born Exeter.  His father was appointed minister at Little Wild Street chapel from 1737 so the family moved to London.  See Andrew Gifford for the rather unsavoury ...

Person, Music / songs, Religion

1 memorial
E. M. Palser

E. M. Palser

Student of Trinity College of Music, killed in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces, Music / songs

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Eugène Goossens

Eugène Goossens

Conductor and violinist. Born in Bordeaux. He studied in Bruges and Brussels before moving to Britain. After working with the Carl Rosa Opera Company, he entered the Royal Academy of Music in 1891....

Person, Music / songs, Belgium, France

1 memorial
Ewan MacColl

Ewan MacColl

Folk singer, songwriter, dramatist, Marxist. Born James Miller in Salford, Lancashire. Three wives: theatre director Joan Littlewood, movement teacher Jean Newlove (with whom he had Kirsty MacColl)...

Person, Literature, Music / songs, Politics & Administration, Theatre

1 memorial