Zoot Money
(1942-present)

Aged 76

George Bruno "Zoot" Money (born 17 July 1942 in Bournemouth, Hampshire) is an English vocalist, keyboardist and bandleader. He is best known for his playing of the Hammond organ and association with his Big Roll Band. Inspired by Jerry Lee Lewis and Ray Charles, he was drawn to rock and roll music and became a leading light in the vibrant music scene of Bournemouth and Soho during the 1960s. He took his stage name 'Zoot' from Zoot Sims after seeing him in concert. Money has been associated with The Animals, Eric Burdon, Steve Marriott, Kevin Coyne, Kevin Ayers, Humble Pie, Rocket 88, Snowy White, Mick Taylor, Spencer Davis, Vivian Stanshall, Geno Washington, Joseph Friel, the Hard Travelers, Widowmaker and Alan Price. He is also known as a bit part and character actor.

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band member of Zoot Money's Big Roll Band 1961-67

Commemorated on 1 plaque

Photo of Eric Clapton, The Who, Manfred Mann, Georgie Fame, and 4 other
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The Downstairs Club later Le Disque a Go! Go! Bournemouth's first full-time rock and jazz venue opened 3 May 1961 in the basement of 9 Holdenhurst Road. Manfred Mann, Eric Clapton, The Who, Georgie Fame, Zoot Money, Andy Summers and many other musicians played here

9 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, United Kingdom where he performed