Alex Payler's brand new 'feature' Video wall has gone online at www.alexpayler.com
6 'taster' performances performed live on the ELX-1m including 'Back To The Future', 'James Bond Theme' and 'Skyliner'.
Take a look at his site where you'll also find details of Alex, his instrument, tour dates and photo gallery.
A new FREE Windows program has just been written for viewing and editing Atelier performance and registration files.
It's called AteliEdit and can be found here.
It should be useful to all Atelier owners as it lets you see inside and rename those RSC and UPG files that you save to USB stick or hard disk.
You can even export the list to Excel so at last you can track your files!
On December 3rd, Jean Martyn was invited to play for the Not Forgotten Association at St. James Palace in front of the Princess Royal.
Read more about her day and her new acquaintances here...
Ian has very recently moved house. Still located in Eastbourne, his address is now...
7a Old Orchard Road
His contact number remains the same as before (0783 7277 547).
After leaving the concert circuit for new ventures, Angie will return to the stage this Saturday as part of her annual Christmas Variety Show playing the organ.
The show is at Brightlingsea Community Centre Lower Park Road, C07 0LG 7.30pm (doors open 7pm) Tickets £6 are available from direct on 01206 823042 .
Angie is now the owner and principal of her own theatre school called ADP Theatre School. (Angie Diggens Productions) It is open 7 days a week and she has various classes for all ages (including adults) She has employed a dance tutor, drama tutor, secretary ... Read more.
Supporters of the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society made donations to BBC Children in Need in
return for requests which were submitted to David Last, guest performer at the Club's concert on
19 November. David admirably rose to the challenge and provided a great evening's
As a consequence of the concert, representatives from the Society were able to take a cheque
for £250 to the BBC (South) televised event at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu the
What a great idea.... Well done Weyhill!