On the 28th November 1968 John Lennon pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis at the Marylebone Magistrates’ Court in London.
Dusty Springfield used to live at 38-40 Aubrey Walk in London, today there is a blue plaque commemorating the location.
210 West End Lane in London was the site of the Shamrock Laundrette where Annabella Lwin was discovered.
The son of a Jewish van driver and caretaker, Bolan grew up as Marc Feld here in post-war Hackney in East London with his parents and brother Harry from 1947 to 1962. A plaque marks the house. At […]
This is where AC/DC lead singer and rock legend Bon Scott was found unconscious after a night's heavy drinking on the night of February 19th 1980. After leaving London club the Music Machine at 3am, Alisdair Kinnear drove […]
The rock shrine is a memorial site dedicated to Marc Bolan, located in the suburb of Barnes to the south west of London. Bolan died on 16 September 1977, two weeks before his 30th birthday. He was a […]
The power station stands across the river from Victoria station. Its four white chimneys are a famous landmark. The building has a steel girder frame surrounding with bricks. It is the largest brick building in Europe. This station […]
Brook Street is a street in the exclusive central London district of Mayfair. On September 15th 1997 Peter Tonwshend unveiled an English heritage plaque at 23 Brook street to honor the memory of Jimi Hendrix who had lived […]
Regrettable decisions haunt us all, but for Dick Rowe his judgment here one New Year's Day was to earn him the unenviable title of the man who turned down the Beatles’. The then unknown (and unsigned) Beatles arrived […]
Battersea Park is located in London on the south bank of the River Thames opposite of Chelsea. The park was opened in 1858. In 1977 Bob Marley played a game of 11-a-side football in Battersea park against a […]