MUSICAL MAESTROS All the right notes THE B E AT L E S Liverpool Synonymous with the Fab Four, the Cavern Club became the most famous music venue in the world in The Beatles' heyday. They played their first gig there on 9 February 1961, and the cellar continues to host regular tribute nights. Want more? Take a Magical Mystery Tour around the band's birthplace. Music fan? Visit the locations made famous by some of the best artists in the UK and Ireland... U2 Dublin Bono and co struck many a pose in front of the iconic Ha'penny Bridge. But super fans can also take a pit stop at The Hard Rock Café and discover a Trabant car from U2's Zoo TV tour, Bono's shades worn in the video for Beautiful Day and the handwritten lyrics for their song Please. TOM JONES WORDS: Lynne Maxwell Cardiff 44 The Welsh crooner grew up in Pontypridd, just north of Cardiff and helped put Spillers Records (the world's oldest record shop) on the map. In fact, his limited edition single Evil, was sold only in Spillers for just one day in 2012. The record shop is a mecca for fans and musicians. It's where Manic Street Preachers claim they got their musical education, too. THE WHO Brighton There's no doubt all mods will have visited 'Quadrophenia Alley', one of the major scenes of the 1960s cult film Quadrophenia. The Who didn't just compose the majority of the film's soundtrack, but also defined the mod era.