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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

18th February 2008 Mohammed Al Fayed accuses Prince Philip and Prince Charles of killing Diana and Dodi.

18th February 1917 Born today: Phyllis Calvert, London, actress (Man in Grey)

18th February 1901 Born today: Reginald Sheffield, London England, actor (Second Chance)

18th February 1775 Born today: Thomas Girtin, London, artist/watercolorist

Classy Jazz for over 30 years



Classy Jazz for over 30 years

Jazz, funky music and great food - plus Mica Paris loves it

Location: 90 Lots Road, Chelsea, SW10 0QD

Description: The '606 Club' is a jazz club for lovers of jazz, improvised music, latin, funky music and excellent food.

'London`s best music venue....' - Jamie Cullum

'Best place in town for wonderful food and brilliant music...' - Mica Paris

The 606 Club has existed as a Jazz Club Restaurant for more than 30 years, being run by musician Steve Rubie since 1976.

Originally a small 30 seater basement venue at 606 Kings Road, it built up a solid reputation through the 70's and 80's amongst musicians and audiences as the Jazz hang-out. The popularity of the Club amongst musicians led to the policy of only booking British based musicians in order to support the local scene, which has continued unchanged to this day.

Eventually the Club out grew it's capacity and in May 1988 it moved to it's present basement site at 90 Lots Road.


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Classy Jazz for over 30 years

Jazz, funky music and great food - plus Mica Paris loves it


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