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The Bridge House pub in Canning Town, London
Home of Bridgehouse Records and Bridgehouse Publishing

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The Bridge

The Bridge House was the seminal rock venue in East London and the first pub in the world with its own record label. Throughout the seventies and eighties it was a regular home to such bands as Iron Maiden, Depeche Mode, The Blues Band and Secret Affair as well as the Bridge House generated Wasted Youth. The Bridge House shut its doors to live music in 1982 and was bulldozed into the ground a couple of years later. The Bridge House is still remembered fondly by all that have played and visited the pub on the Canning Town roundabout, beneath the pylons.

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The Bridge Shop

Visit the Bridge House shop for CDs DVDs and Digital Downloads. We have digitally remastered versions of all the old recordings plus some new releases made from unreleased and archived recordings of all your favourite artists and bands from the Bridge. Reduced prices. Secure payment with PayPal.

A recent stock clearance has revealed a few items thought lost. There are only a few of each left. There are also some vinyl copies of Wasted Youth and Live at the Bridge. Enquire by email if interested.

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Recent News

RECENT: @ The Bridge House '79 - New CD never before released. With Gerry McAvoy, Steve Waller, Stevie Smith, Ted McKenna, Brendan O'Neill, Ron Carthy and Mick Eaves.

RECENT: Steve Marriott - Blind Drunk at the Bridge House. New DVD With rare archive footage.

RECENT: MP3 Downloads - You can now download selected tracks from the Bridge House back catalogue.

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