Georgie Fame
(1943-present)

Aged 75

Georgie Fame (born Clive Powell; 26 June 1943) is an English rhythm and blues and jazz singer and keyboard player. Fame, who had a string of 1960s hits, is still a popular performer, often working with contemporaries such as Van Morrison and Bill Wyman. Fame is the only British pop star to have achieved three number one hits with his only Top 10 chart entries: "Yeh, Yeh" in 1964, "Get Away" in 1966 and "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde" in 1967.

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Commemorated on 3 plaques

Photo of Flamingo Club, Georgie Fame, James Brown, Kool & the Gang, and 2 other
snapper116 on Flickr
Photo of Eric Clapton, The Who, Manfred Mann, Georgie Fame, and 4 other
Al kirtley on Wikimedia Commons
Photo of Pink Floyd, The Who, The Moody Blues, The Action, and 11 other
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This the former site of the... 1960s Flamingo Club where Georgie Fame recorded Night Train 1970s Whiskey -a-go-go where James Brown and Kool & the Gang played 1980s & 90s The Wag Club In 1984 David Bowie filmed the MTV video Blue Jean here

33-37 Wardour Street, London, United Kingdom where he recorded Night Train

The Downstairs Club later Le Disque a Go! Go! Bournemouth's first full-time rock and jazz venue opened 3 May 1961 in the basement of 9 Holdenhurst Road. Manfred Mann, Eric Clapton, The Who, Georgie Fame, Zoot Money, Andy Summers and many other musicians played here

9 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom where he performed

Pompey Pop. Site of The Birdcage Club. Rikki Farr originally opened the club at Kimbells on 25th February 1965 and later transferred it to a building that stood on this site in August 1965. The club ran until August 1967. Among bands who appeared here were The Who, The Moody Blues, The Action, Cream, Pink Floyd, Rod Stewart, Jimmy James and the Vagabonds, Geno Washington, David Bowie, Small Faces, Spencer Davis & Georgie Fame 1960s Heritage Site

114 Eastney Road, Portsmouth, United Kingdom where he played