MEDLEY MAGIC - Strict Tempo Easy Listening music from the 'Golden Era' 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, played on Kurzweil Piano and Hammond Organ plus rhythm.
These 41 tunes have been adapted from Harold Rich's original music scores for two pianos and rhythm group which were regularly featured on BBC Radio 2 (with the Norrie Paramor Orchestra and the Charlie Chester Show).
The 15 tracks include items from Irving Berlin, Cole Porter and Rodgers & Hammerstein.
Priced at £9.95 and available from: MSS Studios, Rhiwlas, Cae Deintur, Dolgellau, LL40 2YS.
Alex Payler's new Promo Video 'Want To Hear Something Incredible' has just gone 'live' both on his website and Youtube. Designed to promote both himself and the ELX-1m, its aimed at showing the general public just what can be done today with these instruments.
This is a great video Alex and sums up you, the instrument and it's capabilities excellently!
Jean Martyn's Manager, Bob Ware, keeps us up to date on her latest projects including her recent appearances on Britain's Got Talent!
Apart from her normal programme of concerts Jean performed a concert in her local church attended by an audience of approximately 300, where she played many military marches, some of the Gracie Fields and Vera Lynn favourites, a Glenn Miller selection concluding with Pomp and Circumstance. In attendance were standard bearers of the Mercian Regiment, Royal Engineers, British legion and a contingent of officers and men and their wives from R... Read more.
Due to unforseen circumstances, Paul Carmen will not be appearing on 7th March 2011 for the Springfield Organ and Keyboard Society.
In his place will be Matthew Bason playing Yamaha EL90.
The concert starts at 8.00pm at The Willows Club, Holderness Road, Hull.
It is often said of many musicians and entertainers that they are a bit of a 'one trick pony'..... This is a label that could never be applied to Michael Wooldridge, if ever there was a true blue 'all rounder', then this young gentleman would most definitely fit the bill. From the imposing controls of the largest cathedral organ to a keyboard rack within a pop group; Michael does it all - he does it well, too!
2010 marked his 30th year in the entertainment industry. Read our article to find out what hap... Read more.
It is with great sadness that we announce the sad loss of Kay Gibbs who passed away last Friday after a short illness. Many will have known Kay from her involvement with the Pincents Organ Club where she was the leading light for so many years. The Club would not have survived without her and Alan and sadly, due to their declining health they finally closed its doors last December.
Kay's dedication, together with Alan for so many years made a great contribution to the Organ World and we are sure many artistes and friends she made would want to know of her passing.