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Cavern Club Liverpool Wall Of Fame
England

Possibly the most famous music venue in the world, the Cavern Club on Mathew Street, Liverpool. This is the place where a record store owner (Brian Epstein) saw/heard four young Liverpool lads (one named Pete Best) play in the early sixties, he became their manager and, as the saying goes, the rest is history. Almost everyone has heard of John, Paul, George and Ringo. This panorama shows the wall opposite the Cavern Club, which has the names of the musicians who have played this venue cut into the bricks. You can see many of the world famous performers names almost literally "set in stone" have a look and see if your favourite group/band singer has ever performed at "The Cavern".

Copyright: Jeff Starley
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Resolution: 13456x6728
Uploaded: 14/06/2011
Updated: 10/11/2014
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Tags: cavern; club; mathew street; liverpool; music; rock & roll; beatles; john lennon; bands; groups; performers; artistes
  • tracey worthington over 1 year ago
    can anyone see where the 'The Deckers Rhytm Group' Is? Thanks
  • peter over 1 year ago
    my band Tobias Jugg played there just before it closed. do you have a list of all the names on the wall.
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