We are very pleased welcome yet another player to our directories as a full member of OrganFax; Michael Gisbourne is the latest player to have taken a full listing with us. Whilst information is still being added to his page, please feel free to stop by and have a look.
Byron Jones has asked us to pass on this message to our readers.
"I would like to really thank all 516 of you who were at my 30th year Festival at Sand Bay Leisure Resort and made it one of the best ever. Thanks also for all the cards, letters & emails saying how much you all enjoyed the event. Special thanks to all the artist\'s who made it such a success, also to George Ingley who did such a wonderful job of stage setting and lighting. Also thanks must go to the chef and waiting staff for to very good food and service. As you know we are presenting a cheque for £1,100... Read more.
Yamaha has continues to expand it's online catalogue of keyboard styles. The latest updates sees new styles from the late 60s to early 70s.
For more details, including demonstration videos, visit the Yamaha online services blog.
Yet more offerings from the popular duo Brett Wales & Chris Powell in their April 2012 podcast.
All your favourites and more! Including, Penny Weedon, David Ingley, Franz Lambert, Ian Griffin, Dave Wickerham, Stephen Vincent, Pete Shaw, the duo themselves and many more!
Missed a show? Don't forget that it is possible to listen to previous shows that are archived on the site too...
Tune in to listen now...
Iain Flitcroft was due to play for the South Coast Theatre Organ Society at Portslade Town Hall at 3pm this Sunday, but has been delayed abroad so Michael Wooldridge will be appearing in his place.
Some of you may be aware that Alastair Kiernan has now stopped playing on the UK electronic organ circuit. Contrary to rumours about Alastair's health, he is absolutely fine. After taking on just simply too much, not only on the organ circuit with some 50+ shows a year, a full time job in the aviation business, his own property business and family commitments, something had to give. Alastair decided in September 2011 to take a step back from the electronic organ world, taking a Yamaha HX1 and Tyros II ar... Read more.