To coincide with the 25th anniversary year of the death of John Lennon, and a regeneration programme taking place in the Kensington area of Liverpool, today Friday 26 August 2005 a plaque was unveiled by original Quarrymen, John Duff Lowe and Colin Hanton.  The plaque was erected on the house where Percy Philips had his Studio at 38 Kensington, Liverpool, where The Quarrymen recorded "That'll Be The Day" and "In Spite Of All The Danger"
Each received a replica of the plaque as a keepsake.






Above John and Colin hold up a replica of "In Spite Of All The Danger".  Paul McCartney actually owns the original of "That'll Be The Day".


Also in the picture - Julia Baird and local radio station celebrity, Billy Butler, former Cavern DJ (after Bob Wooler)