Courtesy of BBCThe 2017 edition of BBC Music Day, organized annually by the U.K. broadcasting company, takes place today, June 15. In conjunction with this year’s celebration, 47 new commemorative blue plaques are being unveiled honoring a variety of U.K. musicians and venues.

Among the famous music artists who are being acknowledged with plaques are David Bowie, John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Led Zeppelin, Who bassist John Entwistle, founding Pink Floyd frontman Syd Barrett, and Small Faces and Humble Pie singer Steve Marriott.

Here are some of the notable acts and historic sites where markers will be displayed:

–London’s Trident Studies, where Bowie recorded many of his albums

–The site of the Royal Star Hotel Ballroom in Maidstone, where Bowie’s early group The Manish Boys played regularly

–Fox and Hounds Pub in Caversham, where McCartney and Lennon played a historic one-off duo performance under the name The Nerk Twins in 1960

–The site of the Mayfair Ballroom in Newcastle, where the band that became Led Zeppelin gave its debut U.K. performance in October 1968

–Late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham‘s birthplace in the village of Headless Cross

–Royal British Legion in Gloucester, where Entwistle used to play impromptu shows

–Cambridge School of Art, where Barrett studied

–A cottage in Morton where Marriott resided from 1968 to 1977.

BBC Music Day also will feature a variety of special performances around the U.K., including some surprise pop-up events. Visit BBC.co.uk for full details about the celebration.

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