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Band rocks up to new premises

Pupils from Rock-Jam during their latest concert at Thornton Little Theatre.

Pupils from Rock-Jam during their latest concert at Thornton Little Theatre.

A MUSIC school is rocking out of its current home and into new premises.

Rock-Jam is amalgamating its schools to one central location.

Gary Heyes currently runs music classes in Cleveleys, St Annes and Preston but will move the sessions to St George’s High School on Cherry Tree Road, Marton, from this Tuesday, February 5.

Classes will take place on Tuesday evenings from 5pm until 8pm.

Rock-Jam founder Gary Heyes said: “We hope our fantastic new venue will offer an even more rewarding experience for our students and encourage others to join.

“We are unique in that we not only offer tuition, but also the opportunity to perform with other musicians every week in a live band situation. We also put on regular charity rock concerts when our students get on stage and show off their skills.”

Anyone interesting in joining can have a free hour-long taster lesson.

Call Gary on 07540 529716 or visit www.rock-jammusicschools.co.uk.

 

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