Denmark st that needs saving its part of the UK Musical culture ie Tin Pan Alley. The Rolling Stones recorded their first album at Regent Sounds Studios on Denmark Street in 1964. Regular Denmark Street session musicians included Jimmy Page, Big Jim Sullivan, Colin Falconer, Ray Smith, Geoff Livingstone and Jerry Donahue. Many entertainers including Donovan and Jimi Hendrix made their first recording at Regent Sounds Studios. George Harrison of The Beatles bought a nylon string acoustic guitar on Denmark Street to play on the song "Till There Was You" on their album With The Beatles.
In 1970 Elton John wrote "Your Song", his first hit single, in Denmark Street. He mentioned the street in his 1974 song "Bitter Fingers" on the semi-autobiographical concept album Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy
"Denmark Street" is the name of a song on the Kinks' 1970 album Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One
Manager Malcolm McLaren asked architect Ben Kelly to refurbish a basement rehearsal room for The Sex Pistols, which McLaren had bought from Badfinger
Scott Gorham bought his first guitar with Thin Lizzy on Denmark Street. He had turned up at the audition with a Japanese Les Paul Copy—when he got the job, Phil Lynott took him shopping on Denmark Street, where he bought a Sunburst Gibson Les Paul Deluxe
The promotional music video of the 1988 The Moody Blues song "I Know You're Out There Somewhere" shows a man walking along Denmark Street and then picking up a guitar in one of the shops. its the only st in the UK with so many Music shops for guitars keyboards drums ect