This time we can't just walk only. Some places are so far from each other that you have to take the Underground in between.
Let's start at Marble Arch tube station. We move a little along the edge of the park and then turn onto Green Street. House 57 has no plaque on it, but it is the only house in which all four members of The Beatles have lived together. Grosvenor Park will soon be on our way. It's not related to musicians, but maybe it's still worth taking a look - there are statues of three US presidents in this park. By the way, there is also a hotel called Millennium near the park, in the restaurant of which Alexander Litvinenko was poisoned with polonium. Soon we reach Brook Street. The houses of the musicians who lived there are already marked with beautiful blue plaques. We reach house 69 first. Brothers Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, who formed the core of the Bee Gees band, lived there. Going further, we reach houses 23 and 25. One of these belonged to Georg Friedrich Handel, who also died there. Jimi Hendrix had a flat in the second building. A thick stone wall and many, many years separate these two musicians, of course... Let's move to Saville Row. It is a street of tailors, but there is also something related to music. The Beatles gave their last concert on the roof of 3 Saville Row. However there is nothing much to see. :-) Another place related to music is currently a few dozen meters away from us, but you have to walk a little longer to get there. 23 Heddon Street is the place where David Bowie's alter ego - Ziggy Stardust - was born. If you are peckish, this tiny dead-end street is full of street cafes. We will now go to Piccadilly Circus tube station to continue our journey. We travel to Green Park Station (Piccadilly Line, Westbound, one stop) and change (Jubilee Line, Northbound) to St John's Wood Station (third stop).
We get off the train at St John's Wood station and for a moment admire the clumsiness of the craftsmen on the platform, who forgot the apostrophe when writing the name of the station on the wall... You have to walk quite a bit to reach the famous The Beatles' zebra crossing. The photo of the famous record cover was taken on August 8, 1969, on the zebra crossing in front of the recording studio at 11:35. Photographer Iain Macmillan took 6 photos while standing on a stepladder while the police closed the street to cars for ten minutes. You will definitely want to cross this "zebra" while moving your hands funny at the same time. :-) But don't get too naughty, this place has a webcam that will show you to the whole world. Now we should go back to Green Park station to change again (Piccadilly Line, Westbound). The fifth stop is Earl's Court.
This house at 1 Logan Place, called the Garden Lodge, was the last residence of Freddie Mercury. The house is surrounded by a high wall, and nothing much can be seen. But Mary Austin, the love of Freddie's youth, lives in this house now, doesn't she want peace too?
The next place is probably the best. You can't get there directly by Underground. If you want, go on foot, but you can get to the part marked in orange on the map by bus 328, which runs every 5 minutes. Get on at Cromwell Road (heading south-east) and get off at Limerston Street.
Cheyne Walk is a street that is actually a street that once stood right next to the river. The bank has been filled in to create a small park. Thomas More and Henry VIII have lived here, but it seems this street just attracts celebrities. List of musicians who have lived here:
Also, a hundred meters around the corner: 42 Oakley Street lived Bob Marley. David Bowie also lived somewhere there, unfortunately the exact house number is not known to me.
If you're interested not only in musicians, you can find the full list of celebrities who have lived here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheyne_Walk