A fantastic line up has been announced for the forthcoming festival at the Mill Rythe Holiday Village, Hayling Island near Portsmouth.
The event, organised by T&A Events in conjunction with Swift Music, will include top performances from Chris Powell, Mark Thompson, David Thomas, Chris Stanbury, Maggie Swift, Colin Ford and, of course, Tony Stace and Andrew Nix.
The Saturday evening will feature the sensational Nick Ross Orchestra (back by popular demand) plus a spectacular show from Chiho Sunamoto.
With concerts, dancing, demonstrations, fun and... Read more.
Production Room in Leeds have a Hammond B3 Mk2 in store complete with Leslie and are running a Hammond Player Session day on Thursday 27th May with Malcolm Deakin and Barrie Freeman from Hammond. There will be two separate sessions:
Set 1 will start at 14:30pm
This session will be a general workshop/clinic plus product knowledge featuring all the current Hammond and Leslie Speaker Range including the new B-3 MK2. There will plenty of time for Q&A as well as hands on time.
Set 2 will start at 19:30pm
This session will focus on "MEET THE B" taki... Read more.
Rutland Organ and Keyboard Music Club are pleased to be able to announce that Tony Stace has agreed to be their Club President.
Maybe we shoud have voted him in for Government too!
Friends Of Rye Wurlitzer are delighted to remind you that the next festivity of theatre organ entertainment is Sunday 23rd May at Rye College.
They have a real treat, their artiste for the afternoon will be Phil Kelsall resident organist at the Tower Ballroom Blackpool for the past 30 odd years.
Phil performs at Rye every two years, and, on a personal note as well as giving him a warm welcome they are very excited about this visit. Since he played last they have had a lot done to the organ both in appearance and performance progress. With ... Read more.
Saturday 1st May saw John Mann play a spectacular concert on the Mighty Wurlitzer in the Old Time Fun Fair at Folly Farm much to the delight of the large audience who travelled from near and far to hear it.
John played a varied programme including some duets with himself, using the "playback" facility of the Wurlitzer and accompanying it on the grand piano. John also used this facility to accompany the song and dance number "If I only had a brain" from the Wizard of Oz.
The night also saw the launch of the new CD John has recorded on the Wurlitzer, which is... Read more.
Following a recent car crash, Ian would like to thank everyone for their messages of concern.
We're pleased to say that he walked away relatively unharmed from the accident which happened en route to a recent concert.