It’s probably impossible to be unaware of Jean Martyn’s present success in the music business unless, of course, one has one’s head in a sack or doesn’t own a television! Since her heroic progress through to the finals of Britain’s Got Talent last year, she has been the original whirling dervish, and her achievements have been well reported here on OrganFax. So find out more as we turn the Organfax Spotlight on Jean Martyn
Check out this new House Music album by keyboard artiste, Rod Pooley and drummer, James Asher.
During the recording sessions for 'Expanding the Canvas' album for Rod Pooley, James Asher discovered that they shared an enthusiasm for the style of music typified by the likes of David Guetta and Swedish House Mafia, a genre in which neither had worked previously.
They were attracted by the positivity and energising quality of this medium. Rod brought to the party the same dazzling keyboard skills that hav... Read more.
Due to unforseen circumstances beyond his control, Chris Powell is unable to appear at Wycombe Organ Club tomorrow evening (12th July 2012). In his place will be the ever popular, Andrew Nix. A concert not to be missed!
Why not go along? Details of their venue and location can be found on their OrganFax Club Page.
Just added to our articles page is a must read newsletter for all interested in Theatre Organs. See the latest developments in the renewal of the Trocadero Wurlitzer. Latest pictures of the installation team. Read about whats planned next, how the fundraising is going and how you can contribute to the cause.
Dancers and fans of Andrew Varley will be interested to know that Andrew has a new strict tempo CD. This new packed CD (twenty two tracks) is available directly from from Andrew for £10.00. The album can also be obtained from MSS Studios and The Yamaha Club.
Album Track Listings:
[Quickstep/Swing] All I Do... Read more.
Online Now.... this month's edition of the ever popular radio show from our comic duo, Brett Wales & Chris Powell.
Another fun packed show full of your favourites including Reginald Dixon, Phil Brown, Andrew Nix, Chris Stanbury, Chris Hopkins, Janet Dowsett, alan Cunningham, Penny Weedon and many more.