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County Arms

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The County Arms was designed and built in the 1930s, the building used to house the WWII air raid siren.
During the 1960s & 1970s it was a leading music venue. Famous names who played there included The Farinas who were destined to become Leicester legends, Family and a pre Deep Purple Jon Lord and future Queen bassist John Deacon. In the 1970s The Arms was the home of Leicester Jazz Society.

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