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.

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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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William Reeve

William Reeve

Composer.  Born London.  1783 took a composing job at Astley's Amphitheatre.  Went on to compose at Covent Garden and Sadler's Wells theatres amongst others.  Died at home in Marchmont Street.

Person, Music / songs

1 memorial
Billy Fury

Billy Fury

Singer-songwriter.  Born Liverpool as Ronald William Wycherley.  Hits include: "Halfway to Paradise" and "Jealousy".  Produced for a time by Joe Meek.  His girlfriend, the singer Lee Middleton late...

Person, Music / songs

2 memorials
Southern Syncopated Orchestra

Southern Syncopated Orchestra

Jazz band. Founded by Will Marion Cook, the all-black band included performers from many areas including the U.S.A., the Caribbean and Ghana. They became extremely popular throughout Europe and per...

Group, Music / songs, Caribbean Islands, Ghana, USA

2 memorials
Charles Coborn

Charles Coborn

Music hall entertainer and songwriter. Born Colin Whitton McCallum at 25 Sydney Square, Mile End. Best known for the songs 'Two Lovely Black Eyes' and 'The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo'.  ...

Person, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial