Elvis and Steele fans asked to help revive music night

Fans of Elvis and Tommy Steele are being asked to help re-launch a north Norfolk music night celebrating the 1950s this month.The Blue Moon Rock and Roll Club used to be based in North Walsham but is hoping to attract more revellers from across the district at its new home at The Harbour Room, Blakeney.

Fans of Elvis and Tommy Steele are being asked to help re-launch a north Norfolk music night celebrating the 1950s this month.

The Blue Moon Rock and Roll Club used to be based in North Walsham but is hoping to attract more revellers from across the district at its new home at The Harbour Room, Blakeney.

On February 19 the Jive Romeros, joined by Don't Knock the Rock and Record Hop, will helped re-launch the club.

The Blue Moon Rock and Roll Club is an authentic 1950's music club, playing music by Bill Haley, Little Richard and many more, which hopes to attract fans of all ages and interests.


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One of the events' organisers said: 'They can rock and roll, jive, swing and stroll - or just sit and enjoy the music.'

The first gig, on February 19, begins at 8pm and tickets, available on the door, are �10.

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For more information contact The Harbour Room on 01263 741666 or 01263 740783, or call Rocking Eddie on 01692 500863.

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