The largest archaeological archive title, adjudicated by Guinness World Records, pushes the UK capital a step closer to becoming a world record breaking city.
Forming the band On 22nd December 1963 an early version of The Who, then known as The Detours, supported The Rolling Stones at St Mary’s Hall in Putney. Pete Townshend developed his windmilling guitar thrash after seeing Keith Richards making a similar motion at this gig. I wonder who would play support if they were … Read more
Of course The Beatles will always be associated with their home city of Liverpool but after they moved to London in the summer of 1963, their working and social lives were firmly based in and around the capital. After a couple of months at the Hotel President in Russell Square the four of them moved … Read more