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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
22nd September 1924 Illustrator and author Charles Keeping was born in Lambeth.
22nd September 1891 Footballer and writer Charlie Buchan was born in Plumstead.
22nd September 1870 5-time British Wimbledon tennis champion Charlotte Cooper was born in Ealing.
22nd September 1788 Author, practical joker and inventor of the postcard, Theodore Hook, was born in London.
22nd September 1761 The Coronation of George III in Westminster Abbey.
22nd September 1735 Robert Walpole the first British Prime Minister to live at 10 Downing Street.
22nd September 1694 Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield, creator of Gregorian calendar, was born in London.
Dave Stewarts Church Studios
The Eurythmics Sweet Dreams Studio's and star attraction.
Location: 145H Crouch Hill, Crouch End, London, N8 9QH
Description: In the early 1980's The Church here was owned by Bob Bura and John Hardwick, the animators who made Camberwick Green and Captain Pugwash, who had converted part of it as a studio.
In 1982, Bura and Hardwick stopped Dave Stewart in the street and offered him some working space in their studio building. Stewart and Annie Lennox moved in and completed their Eurythmics debut Sweet Dreams here.
Later on Stewart and Lennox took over the whole of the building, named it The Church Studios, and also bought the house next door.
Dave Stewart once told Bob Dylan that the next time he was in London he should drop by his recording studio here in Crouch End.
Dylan, at a loose end one afternoon, decided to take him up on it and asked a taxi driver to take him to Crouch End Hill. All the roads have similar names and he dropped off at an adjacent road.
Dylan knocked at the front door and asked the woman who answered if Dave
was in. As it happened, her husband was also called Dave, so she said: No,
he's out on a call at the moment, and Bob said he'd wait. Twenty minutes
later, Dave - the plumber, not the rock star - returned and asked the
missus whether there were any messages. No, she said, but Bob Dylan's in the living room having a cup of tea.
Tagged in this Tour: 80's Music Legends Tour