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The Bag O'Nails

The Bag O'Nails was a live music venue and meeting place for musicians in the 1960s, situated at 9, Kingly Street,[1] Bobby Tench with Gass who also performed there with artists such as Jimi Hendrix and Eric Burdon.[2] The venue also hosted an early gig by the Jimi Hendrix Experience.[3] and others frequented the venue, such as Tom Jones, The Who and The Animals.[4]

After Beatles recording sessions in London their roadie Mal Evans, personal assistant Neil Aspinall and Paul McCartney would often look for a place where they could eat and The Bag O'Nails[5] was one of their favourite venues.[6] McCartney met his future wife Linda Eastman there on 15 May 1967.[5] Another event is recorded in the Mal Evans's memoirs: "January 19 and 20: I ended up drunk in The Bag O'Nails with McCartney and Aspinall".[7]

In 1967 Rik Gunnell took over the management of the Artist Roster after the The Flamingo Club in Wardour Street London W.1, which he was previously managing, closed.[8]

In March 2013 The Bag O' Nails opened as a private members club.[9]


Notes

  1. ^ Roby, Steven (2010). Becoming Jimi Hendrix: From Southern Crossroads to Psychedelic London, The Untold Story of A Musical Genius. Da Capo Press. p. 178.  
  2. ^ Leslie, Fran (October 2009). Interview with Bobby Tench (Gass). Blues In Britain. p. 18 Vol 1 issue 94. 
  3. ^ The Bag o’Nails bbc.co.uk: 13 May 2003 16 November 2006
  4. ^ Vickers, Graham (2010). "Rock music landmarks of London (E-book)". omnibus.com. Retrieved 2014-12-28. 
  5. ^ a b The Beatles' London, 1965-66 Abracadabra! Retrieved: 11 June 2006.
  6. ^ Miles, Barry. Many Years From Now. Vintage (1998). p. 141. 
  7. ^ Mal Evans's Diaries Retrieved: 23 February 2007
  8. ^ "Rik Gunnell obitury". the guardian.com. 2007-06-18. Retrieved 2012-12-16. 
  9. ^ Hasted, Nick (2013-02-22). "The Bag of Nails". independent.co.uk. Retrieved 2014-12-28. 

References

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  • Roby, Steven (2010). Becoming Jimi Hendrix: From Southern Crossroads to Psychedelic London, The Untold Story of A Musical Genius. Da Capo Press. p. 178.  

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