ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I'm a visual artist from Madrid Spain living in Seattle who makes album covers and sleeve art.
Since an early age, I've been involved in art projects with bands and music artists, including album covers, stage design and music fanzines. It was especially my love for the band YES started a fascination for The Marquee Club and the early London Soho music scene.
During my time living in London in the late 90's, I realized about how lost the memory of the old Marquee Club was. No books, videos, nor documentaries... I was in shock. I understood that somebody needed to do something about it before many of the witnesses would go, so I decided to create this web site.
I'm happy to say that after the opening of this web site, some documentaries have been produced regarding the history of The Marquee Club, to which I was excited to collaborate.
_Koldo Barroso, the editor
Many thanks to:
- My wife Naomi for her constant support, encouragement, and understanding.
- Barbara Pendleton, for her attention.
- Robert Wolf, for his help.
- Alex Piva, for his constant encouragement, wonderful contribution, and for his illusion in this project.
- Phil Collins, for his attention and illusion in this project.
- Glenn Cornick, for his attention and contribution with his personal collection of memorabilia.
- Paul Silveira, for his usual kindness.
- Jon Anderson, for his attention.
- Chris Joe Beard, for his attention and support.
- Don Mather, for his attention.
- Peter Ball, for his photography.
- Andy Scott, for his attention and support.
- Angie from fumbleontheweb.com for her contribution.
- Henry Björklund, for his photography.
- Andy Sears, for his attention.
- Tina Pomery, for her contribution to complete the calendars of gigs.
- Declan, for his contribution to complete the calendars of gigs.
- Trevor Duplock and Brightonbeat.com, for his attention and valuable information.
- Mark Harrington, for his attention and support.
- Jeremy Fletcher, for his contibution, attention and kindness.
- Ken Scott, for his attention.
- Gary Murphy, for his attention and contribution.
- John Wilson, for his attention and kindness.
- Jerry Bloom, for his contribution and support.
- Keith Barry, for his contribution to complete the calendar of gigs.
- Ed Jackson at www.chrisbarber.net and the Barber-Purser Archives, for their wonderful contribution to the Gallery.
- Diz Minnitt, for his attention and kindness.
- Thomas Spitzer from Marillion Setlists, for his help.
- Justine Perriam and Uncut magazine, for their collaboration.
- Michael Mitchell for his contribution to complete the calendar of gigs.
- Mitzy Bagpuss from www.onethejuggler.co.uk for her wonderful collaboration and support.
- Mick Clarke for his attention and contribution.
- Keith Boyce and Heavy Metal Kids for his attention and photo contribution.
- Andy Chambers for his contribution to complete the calendar of gigs.
- John Adair for his contribution to complete the calendar of gigs.
- Gunther Kutsch for his support and interest in the project.
- Tony Morrison for his attention.
- Jeff Slatter for his attention and friendship.
- Chris Barber for his attention and kindness.
- Stewart Carolan for his attention.
- Ray Hoyle for his attention.
- Peter Banks for his friendship, patience, kindness and good vibes.
- Trevor Williams for his attention.
- Judy Dyble for her patience, understanding and kindness.
- Amanda Hermitage for her attention.
- Francisco Valdivia for his friendship and encourgagement.
- Guy Tkachv for sharing his wonderful collection of memorabilia scans.
- Greg Tesserv his attention and kindness.
- Colin Richardson for his amability and trust.
- David O'List for his attention.
- Tony O'Dell for his contribution to complete the calendars of gigs.
- Paddy Corea for his attention.
- Detmar Zeugfang for sharing his memorabilia scans.
- Phil Bailey for for his contribution to complete the calendars of gigs and ticket stub scans.
- Justin Colman for his attention.
I also want to thank to everyone who is submitting their memories and information to this project. This web site, from my point of view, is a small library and research center of the history of modern music which wouldn't be possible without your contributions.
Please note that this web site doesn't represent any of the people named above. E-mails requesting contact with any of these people won't be answered.
This web site neither represents the official Marquee club and it is just a personal tribute to the old Marquee club. If you want information or to keep in touch with the actual Marquee club or Marquee Promotions please visit their official web site. E-mails requesting contact or asking information about the actual Marquee club won't be answered.