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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Joe Meek

Joe Meek

Record producer, e.g. 'Have I the right'.  Born Robert George Meek in Newent Gloucestershire, where there is a plaque. First truly independent record producer.  'Telstar' for The Tornados was the f...

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial
Owen Bryce

Owen Bryce

Cornet player. He was part of George Webb Dixielanders jazz band.

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial
Reg Rigden

Reg Rigden

Cornet player. He was part of George Webb's Dixielanders jazz band. In later years he was curator of the Plumstead Museum.

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial
John Templeton

John Templeton

Opera singer. Born near Kilmarnock, Scotland. Started singing as a boy and came to London to study to become a professional tenor. Sang the first English productions of 'Don Giovanni' and 'The Magi...

Person, Music / songs, Scotland

1 memorial
Atkinsons Carillon

Atkinsons Carillon

The only carillon in London. Dictionary definition of 'Carillon': a set of bells usually hung in a tower and played either from a set of keys and pedals or mechanically.

Place, Music / songs

1 memorial