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It is with great sadness that we announce the sad passing of Tom Ricketts on Tuesday 23rd June.
Tom was one of the original OrganFax team members alongside Alan & Margaret Falkner. Amongst many duties, one of his main roles was to collect details from clubs/societies (contact names, telephone numbers, concert dates etc). He was also responsible for keeping the accounts and controlling finances.
Tom was fully involved in the birth of OrganFax and it is quite possible that it would not have happened without him.
His son, David, has indicated that a... Read more.
We are delighted to annouce that another player has joined our popular OrganFax Shop. Rod Pooley's entire catalogue of recordings is now available to buy. Head on over to our shop for more information.
Only a handful of places are left for Brian Sharp's Christmas event in Bournemouth this year running from the 11th - 14th December.
Brian has been running these events for many years now with the help of his long time friend, Margaret Ross. There is always a lovely friendly atmosphere at their events along with a great line up of artistes.
We strongly urge that if you wish to join them for this weekend that you book soon. Please call Margaret on 01202 888482 for more details.
Alex Payler has just lauched a brand new website.
Here you will find a brand new design, loads of new features, a photo gallery plus info on his ELX-1m.
Also lots more to come including videos and 'Spin Off DVD' etc all featuring the ELX-1m.
One of Ian Griffin's CD's has been selected as album of the week on the BBC Radio Wales late night show - 10:00 pm to midnight.
The presenter, Chris Needs, is an organ and keyboard player himself, having worked at various entertainment venues before joining the BBC.
His programme has high listening figures and can be heard nationwide on digital TV and on the Internet.
Further details are available on Ian's website
News just in from American Theatre Organ Society Chairman, Ian Ridley:
The London and South of England Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society has received notice under the terms of their agreement with the Barry Town Council that the famous Regal Edmonton 4/16 Christie Theatre Organ has to be removed from the magnificent setting of Barry Memorial Hall.
Since the organ’s opening concert there on St David's Day 1987, Barry and ATOS have benefited hugely from a long running series of dances played throughout by David Redfern plus concerts featuring artists from ... Read more.