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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

28th June 2001 Carry On actress Joan Sims died in Chelsea, London.

28th June 1945 Born today: Dave Knights, London, rock bassist (Procol Harum-Conquistador)

28th June 1923 Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Henry for state visit to London

28th June 1909 Born today: Eric Ambler, London, suspense writer (Epitaph for a Spy)

28th June 1838 The Coronation of Victoria I in Westminster Abbey.go to related location

28th June 1461 The Coronation of Edward IV in Westminster Abbey.go to related location

Studio 51 and the Stones



Studio 51 and the Stones

This is where the Beatles offered the Stones their first hit.

Location: 10 Great Newport Street, London

Description: This is where the Ken Coyler Jazz Club (also called Studio 51) used to be - a jazz club that turned R&B and rock & roll through the sixties. The Rolling Stones were regulars at the basement club, and its where Lennon & McCartney spotted the Stones manager walking outside and asked him for an introduction.

They there and then and here offered the Stones I Wanna Be Your Man, and it became their first British hit.

Tagged in this Tour: july 2012

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Studio 51 and the Stones

This is where the Beatles offered the Stones their first hit.


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Yes Fran, I remember Vi and my husband, who I met at Studio 51, and I made a pilgrimage to the club about twenty years ago and Vi was still there. I believe it was a rehearsal place for dancers at that time. I also rememer Johnny Dankworth playing there in the fifties with Cleo Laine who was about 16 and wore pigtails. Wonderful memories of fantastic music. (Betty)
Posted by Betty on 2012-03-29
I was a very young matelot, in the early fifties and went to the club. I seem to remember Dizzie Gillespie doing a gig. Ah! Nostalgia for the greatest jazz. (Derek)
Posted by Derek on 2010-07-13
Does anyone remember Vi Hyland who used to run Studio 51? (Fran)
Posted by Fran on 2010-02-05
I was a regular visitor to Studio 51 in early Sixties. Saw some great groups there, including the Stones, the Yardbirds, the Downliners Sect, and a whole host of fantastic blues singers from America. Fabulous days!!! (David Soulsby)
Posted by David Soulsby on 2009-09-09
FAMOUS KEN COLYER JAZZCLUB IN 50s! (chris haskins)
Posted by chris haskins on 2008-10-19
Came here maybe 6 times with a some friends in the mid-50s when we played in R&R band (Salisbury/Wilts) to see other entertainers, on our way to another club in Bayswater. Great atmosphere for us teenagers from the sticks. (Peter D. Wood)
Posted by Peter D. Wood on 2008-09-12
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