Honouring Camden's

The Music Walk of Fame Stones

The Music Walk of Fame will one day run all the way from Chalk Farm to Mornington Crescent, and it will honour more-than 400 of the music industry’s brightest stars. These Stones are record-shaped plaques, each set in one square metre of granite, and each honouring a true musical icon. 


The Unveiling of David Bowie's Stone

The Music Walk of Fame is proud to honour its latest inductee, David Bowie. Known for his incredible ability to originate new looks, sounds, and ideas, his influence on pop, rock, and showmanship cannot be overstated. Join us when we unveil David Bowie’s Stone on the Music Walk of Fame this September 22, when we celebrate the release of Moonage Daydream, the definitive Bowie biopic.

Find a stone

The Music Walk of Fame is easy to locate. Just head down to 178 Camden High Street and keep your eyes on the road. There, you will find a striking memorial to some of the most original, vibrant, and influential musical artists to ever live.  

Honouring music

Our Aim

The Music Walk of Fame will be a testament to musical greatness, and to some of the most extraordinary musical talents in the world. We believe in the power of music, and there is no better place for the industry to build its most prestigious and iconic commemoration of that power than Camden, in London – the beating heart of a city that has given music some of its biggest stars. 

Artists Honoured

" Back to life, back to reality Back to the here and now, yeah "

Soul II Soul - Back to Life