We will meet at the top of exit 3 at Tottenham Court Road tube station and go on a 2 hour walking tour of Soho. Along the way we shall visit the famous street where the Rolling stones recorded their first album and David Bowie lived in a caravan. We’ll see where the Sex Pistols squatted, not forgetting where Elton John got his first ever job as a tea boy! Moving on to the venue that Brian Epstein, manager of the Beatles, took over and put on the legendary Jimi Hendrix one fateful night in 1967! It's then onto Soho square where you will learn how Charles II had an impact on pubs and drinking alcohol ! See where Paul McCartneys business headquarters are. See where Prince played 2 secret gigs in one night and even see where a young Mozart lived. British RocknRoll began at this coffee bar which is just round the corner to arguably the most famous of London music venues. Not forgetting one of Londons famous music venues, where nearly every major artist has played! Stand in the spot where the Oasis album cover was taken before moving onto the studio where David Bowie recorded Hunky Dory. We will then finish in an beautiful old, historic English pub, which has had many famous guests over the years.
We’ll go to the famous street where amongst others the Rolling stones recorded their first album and David Bowie lived in a caravan. We’ll see where the sex pistols squatted, not forgetting where Elton John got his first ever job as a tea boy! See the venue that Brian Epstein took over and put on the legend of Jimi Hendrix one fateful night in 1967!
Music walking tour of London's Soho