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Two in one day! East Coast Organ Society have just informed us that they have also changed venue and details can be found on their OrganFax web page. Carol Rose said "We are looking forward to our time at the the venue and we would like to extend a welcome to anyone that has not yet visited our club".
We wish them the best of luck for the future!
From May 2012, Leamington Organ and Keyboard Club will have a new concert venue: Sydenham Community Centre, Chesterton Drive, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire CV31 1YJ. The first concert there will be on Wednesday May 16th at 7.45pm and will feature Andrew Nix.
If you live in the area, check it out and give them your support!
We have been asked by Byron Jones to pass on the message that his "Daffodils and Tulips" concert at the Eden Grove Hall, Horfield, Bristol on 9th June is now sold out. The concert will be performed by DirkJan Ranzijn playing Bohm and Byron himself playing Wersi and the 'Wizard Compton'. For those needing any further information please contact Byron on 0117 9497742.
Steve Hubble's long awaited brand new CD is now available. Inspired by his return to the concert circuit, the new CD, 'The Second Time Around" features 15 fabulous tracks all recorded on his Yamaha Tyros midi keyboard system.
Priced at £9.99 plus £1.50 for UK orders and £2.50 for the rest of the world, the CD can be purchased by giving Steve a call on 01305 854774 or from his website.
Welsh Wizard Byron Jones is very pleased to announce he has 2 new Cd's. Long awaited by his fans, the first is on Piano and called "Just Byron, Just Piano". The second is performed on the Wersi Scala and incorporates all the new sounds of James Last, Franz Lambert as well as his own Wizard sounds, it is entitled "Simply Scala". If you would like a copy of one or both, they are £10 each with free postage, so please contact Byron on 0117 9497 742.
Penny Weedon has recently given her website a major makeover and as she puts it "Wrestled it to the ground and made lots of additions and things". She is particularly keen to let folk know she has now included a blog so that she can air her views on the world! Any of our readers that are interested inthe subject of 'GCSE's' and 'Music' are invited to add their thoughts to Penny's. Those that know Penny will know that her thoughts, at best, are unlikely to be uncontentious!