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The melodious tones of boogie woogie pianos, slide guitars, harmonicas and saxophones will soon be ringing out of the Lawrence House Studio in Blackpool's Grand Theatre once more, as the Studio Blues season returns to the town.

Friday March 27th will see the venue play host to Zoot Money, who formed the Big Roll Band - which made extensive use of jazz and RnB fusion - with Andy Summer from the Police in the 1960s.

His credentials extend to cover the creation of hit songs for Long John Baldry and Lulu, as well as the production of the album Tutti Frutti, from the television series of the same name.

"Zoot's huge talent continues to bring his own blend of experience and fun to entertain and amuse you. He's out on the road and ready to continue his affair with RnB. All you have to do is bring yourself and enjoy, you won't regret it," says tourism agency Visit Blackpool.

The season continues as the Stumble make their debut in the venue. Following the release of their second album, the sextet - whose influences include BB King, Freddy King and King Curtis - which feature vocals from Paul Melville and guitar courtesy of Colin Black.

Visitors can pick up their ticket from from the box office of the Grand Theatre for 10 GBP. Given the popularity of the event, visitors are also advised to secure their hotel rooms as early as possible. has over 250 Blackpool hotels, ranging from boutique to budget hotels. The Blenheim hotel is offering standard double room for 59GBP for 2 adults. They're also offering their delightful Superior double 89GBP for 2 adults. The hotel has 93% guest satisfaction rate.

Others looking for alternatives may be tempted by 3 star Novello Hotel which is offering double room for 47GBP for 2 adults. This hotel is located a short from the venue.

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