We have just been informed of an open invitation to anyone who would like to celebrate Nick's life. His funeral will be Friday 5th October at 1.30pm at Woodlands, just north of Bristol, BS35 3TA.
Please do not bring or send flowers as there will be family flowers only. A collection box will be available on the day or donations can be made through BCM Funeral Directors, 177 Crow Lane, Henbury, Bristol BS10 7DR.
Brian Sharp Musical Breaks are once again holding an event at the Mercure Kidderminster Hotel, Habberley Road, Kidderminster, DY12 1LA, which runs from Tuesday16th until Thursday 18th October 2012.
The three day event presented by the legendary Brian Sharp, former resident organist at La Reserve, Sutton Coldfield and many other Midland venues during the late seventies and eighties, also features concerts of popular music performed by top organ and keyboard players Matthew Bason, DirkJan Ranzijn from Holland and David Ingley plus an evening of comedy with Andy Oakley.
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Your next installment of OrganFax Radio is available online now with this month's edition of the ever popular show from our comic duo, Brett Wales & Chris Powell.
Another fun packed show full of your favourites including Curt Prina, Janet Dowsett, Steve Hubble, Ben Scott Hyde, Robert Wolfe, Tony Fenelon, Michael Wooldridge, Glyn Madden and many more!
If you are not aware Brentford Musical Museum have a whole day dedicated to Theatre Organs tomorrow, Saturday 29th September. The event is packed with things to do and we think it should be a great day out.
11.30 – 12.00 Open Console
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch
13.00 – 13.30 Introduction and Tour of the Organ with Richard Hills
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Organ Concert by Nigel Ogden, of BBC Radio's 'The Organist Entertains' fame, is giving an organ concert in Chesterfield Parish Church on Saturday, 29th September, at 7.30pm. Tickets are £8.50 or pay on the door. Contact Ian Brackenbury, Director of Music, on 0771 928 3735.
In news from Carillon Festivals, last weekends event was a great success. John Romero said "We were really pleased with our first Festival excursion. The East Sussex National Wurlitzer did us proud and a great time was had by all that attended. In addition Tony Stace, Pete Shaw, David Harrild, Michael Wooldridge and Ian House all added their skills to create a fabulous weekend".
John let slip that their next Festival in February has another big name line up that includes another first for them. Matthew Ford,... Read more.