Liverpool’s Cavern Club is the cradle of British pop music.
Impressively, 55 years after its foundation, it survives and thrives as a contemporary music venue.
Through seven eventful decades, before, during and after The Beatles, this legendary cellar has seen its share of setbacks yet has played a role in each epoch of music, from 1950s jazz to 21st century indie rock.
The original Cavern Club opened January 1957 as a jazz club, later becoming a centre of the rock and roll scene in the 1960s, with The Beatles playing in their early years.
The original Cavern club closed in March 1973 and was filled in during construction work on the Merseyrail underground rail loop.
April 1984, the Cavern Club reopened and was rebuilt using many of the original bricks, to the original plans and on the same address, 10 Mathew Street.
This neat club is known to have been home to a few of Britain's best including The Kinks, The Who, Queen and Elton John.
Drop by and check out the iconic club if you're in England or plan to go sometime soon, 10 Mathew Street, Liverpool.
Sourced from Carven Club.