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      • London, United Kingdom (6)
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      • Abbey Road, London, United Kingdom (2)
      • Performing Arts Venues (1)
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      • Markets (1)
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      • Twickenham, London, United Kingdom (1)
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      • Little Ilford, London, United Kingdom (1)
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      Hare & HoundsSeptember 20, 2011
      Pub
      • Birmingham, United Kingdom

      Where UB40 played their first ever gig on 9th February 1979. Recently awarded a PRS for Music Heritage Plaque Read more

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      Alma SquareAugust 24, 2011
      Park
      • United Kingdom

      At 11 Alma Square used to be the Heroes of Alma pub which was frequented by the Beatles, The Hollies, Manfred Mann, Pink Floyd and Queen when they were recording at Abbey Road round the corner.

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      Highland CourtAugust 19, 2011
      Home
      • London, United Kingdom

      At 67 Overhill Road, East Dulwich, the original singer from AC/DC Bon Scott was found dead in his friends car after he was left to sleep off a heavy night's drinking on 19th Feb 1980. Read more

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      Sarm StudiosAugust 7, 2011
      Performing Arts
      • London, United Kingdom

      Where the Clash and Bob Marley recorded their debut records. It's been known as Basing Street Studios and Island Studios. 'Do they know it's Christmas' was also recorded there. Read more

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      The ElginAugust 7, 2011
      Pub
      • London, United Kingdom

      This was one of Joe Strummer's favourite pubs and where he cut his teeth playing live with his first band, the 101ers. Read more

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      Camden Stables MarketAugust 7, 2011
      Market
      • London, United Kingdom

      The market used to be home to the Clash who rehearsed at 'Rehearsals' and what is now the Cuban restaurant and to the left is where the cover shot was taken for their debut album cover shot.

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      Abbey Road StudiosAugust 7, 2011
      Music Venue
      • London, United Kingdom

      Probably London's most famous music heritage site. Made famous by the Beatles but plenty of other historic acts have recorded here too. Read more

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      Livingstone HospitalAugust 7, 2011
      Hospital
      • United Kingdom

      Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Stones were born here in 1943. Read more

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      Edith Grove Bus Stop HEAugust 7, 2011
      Bus
      • Kensington, United Kingdom

      At 102 Edith Grove, the Rolling Stones lived together in a basement flat between 1962 and 63 in awful conditions. Read more

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      The City of Liverpool College - The Arts CentreAugust 7, 2011
      Arts
      • Liverpool, United Kingdom

      John Lennon attended Liverpool Arts College in 1957. John met his future wife Cynthia Powell here and Stuart Sutcliffe who would join the band briefly.

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      Eel Pie IslandAugust 7, 2011
      Scenic Lookout
      • Twickenham, United Kingdom

      The hotel which once stood on the Island hosted all of the UK's legendary blues/rock acts of the 1960s including the Stones, Who, and Pink Floyd. Read more

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      Little Ilford ParkAugust 7, 2011
      Park
      • East Ham, United Kingdom

      The inspiration for the Small Faces' most famous song, 'Itchycoo Park'. Read more

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      Salford Lads ClubAugust 7, 2011
      Entertainment
      • Salford, United Kingdom

      The Smiths showed a picture of the club on the inside sleeve of their LP, 'The Queen is Dead' and was featured in two videos for the band. It was also a rehearsal space used by the Hollies in the 60s Read more

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      The Savoy HotelAugust 7, 2011
      Hotel
      • London, United Kingdom

      The video for Bob Dylan's Subterranean Homesick Blues (featuring the cards!) was filmed in an alley behind the Savoy. Outtakes include a version filmed on the roof and another filmed in a nearby park Read more

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