The Rumble Strips released their second album last month
A pub made famous as a regular haunt of stars like Amy Winehouse and Razorlight singer Johnny Borrell has launched a regular live music night.
The Hawley Arms in Camden became known as the favoured hang-out of the north London celebrity set.
It was ravaged by fire in February 2008 but reopened in November.
The Rumble Strips, whose second album was produced by Mark Ronson, headlined the first of a monthly series of gigs, organised by a former barmaid.
Future nights promise big name bands and "special guests only the Hawley could conjure up".
The first gig, on Monday, was watched by 250 fans and raised money for the Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy charity.