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Friday Is Rock'n'Roll London Day

By Lwblog @londonwalks

Friday Is Rock'n'Roll London Day
Friday Is Rock'n'Roll London Day
Is there another plaque in London that is shared out between three brothers? The Bee Gees are, these days, respected elder statesmen of popular music. In their 45-year recording career they have undergone various changes of fortune: chart stars of the late 60s, a brief period in the early 70s doldrums was followed by international superstardom thanks to the their soundtrack to the John Travolta classic Saturday Night Fever. Another period in the critical wilderness saw them come back in the late 90s with their One Night Only tour – has any act in the history of pop music endured and overcome so many ups and downs? On the way they’ve outsold almost every act on the planet (including the Rolling Stones) and had five UK No.1 singles.

Ask for directions to Brook Street at the end of the Rock’n’Roll London Walk this (and every) Friday.

Friday Is Rock'n'Roll London DayJoin the Rock’n'Roll London Walk on Friday at 2pm, meeting at Tottenham Court Road Station (Exit 3) – to book a Private Walk call 020 7642 3978 or email [email protected]
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