RnB, soul and jazz legend Zoot Money (George Bruno Money) was the most colourful exponent of early British rhythm and blues, legendary for his outrageous live appearances.

Since his early days with Alexis Korner, Zoot has featured with The Animals and the Alan Price Band plus its offshoot, The Electric Blues Company. In recent years he’s played with the likes of Spencer Davis and the late Dick Heckstall-Smith, as well as Georgie Fame, Mick Taylor, Pete York and GoodMoney (formerly Thunderclap). He’s also been a regular feature on TV, appearing in Eastenders, Londons Burning, The Bill, The Professionals, The Piglet Files and Get Back.

Zoot will be playing at The Met with new band, The Chess Masters, belting out classics from Chess as well as his own self-penned hits.

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Last session: Thu 1 May 2014 at 8:00 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall

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