The Hanwell Hootie
Time Out says
Suburban west London seems like an unlikely place to call itself 'The Home of Loud', but 76 Uxbridge Road in Hanwell was the birthplace of the Marshall amplifier – as used by Hendrix, Townshend, Clapton, Page and of course Nigel Tuffnel of Spinal Tap. The amp's creator Jim Marshall died in 2012, and this free one-day festival aims to continue his legacy by making a right old racket in his home borough. Fourteen venues, all within walking distance, host live music into the evening.