As part of the 'Jukebox, Jewkbox! A Century on Shellac and Vinyl' exhibition, at Jewish Museum London, there will be a chance to walk around the musical history of London's Camden with expert London guide Rachel Kolsky, to hear stories of the area's musical legends, from Amy Winehouse to Camden Roundhouse and from Madness to MTV.
Highlights of the tour include The Amy Winehouse statue (in Stables Market), The Roundhouse, Camden Lock, The TV-AM / MTC building and Rowton House, ending at the Museum itself where participants can enjoy the exhibition.
Described by Robert Elms as 'A fantastic exhibition' 'Jukebox, Jewkbox! Looks at Emil Berliner's invention of the gramophone in the late 19th century, and, of course, the records that came with it. Including personal stories from artists, musicians and collectors the exhibition also features a display of 500 records including iconic sleeves from Amy Winehouse, the Ramones, Bob Dylan, and Barbra Streisand.
The walking tour takes place between 11am and 1pm on Sunday 7th August (2016).
For more information, and to book a place, see link at end of post.