Born in South East London, For the first 8 years, David slowly developed a passion for music with every open opportunity having a go on the school piano.
At the age of 9, his parents bought him his first organ which was a Bontempi from Woolworth’s, unfortunately his persistent practising on the Bontempi stretched his parents tolerance until they could stand on more, so he was given the option of attending lessons and a new organ.
Throw Away The Books
After 1 year’s tuition, he decided that he would throw away the teaching books and play by ear. At least that way, he could progress to more exciting material other than “Merrily We Roll Along”.
Through the years
Through the years David was inspired by his idol, Harry Stoneham, this encouraged him to form his Trio that consisted of Drums, Tenor Sax and Organ. The Trio become familiar faces with local Working Men's Clubs, Bowls Clubs and then on to Masonic Ladies Festivals, Social Evenings and Dinner Dances.
Ability to play by ear
Many of you who have heard David in concert will know that he never carries music with him. David’s concerts are performed by his ability to play by ear. This ability enables him to choose his material, listen to it once or twice and then play it. David is now known around the country for performing at Music Festivals, Dinner Dance, Masonic Functions, Organ and Keyboard Clubs.
Over the years, David has produced three albums, Memory, Always On My Mind and his latest CD On The Road.
30 years of experience
With over 30 years of experience in the music business, David has the pleasure of being manager of Musicland (UK) Ltd in Bromley Kent.
TRX Organ Systems
David now travels the country with the very latest in technology from Yamaha and TRX organ systems for which David is the UK Product Specialist.
David will also be featured at the following festivals this year.
|Concerts in 2017|
|January 14th||Keybreaks Festival Bournemouth|
|January 21st||Kent Piano & Keyboard EXPO Bexley Kent|
|January 22nd||Kent Piano & Keyboard EXPO Bexley Kent|
|January 31st||Orpington Keyboard Club|
|February 9th||Sleaford Organ Club|
|March 1st||North Herts Organ Society|
|March 21st||Bedworth Organ Society|
|April 10th||Kingston - Upon - Hull|
|April 11th||Penrith and District Organ Society|
|May 4th||Weston Organ and Keyboard Club|
|May 19th||Faversham Organ & Keyboard Concerts|
|June 7th||Watford Organ & Keyboard Club|
|June 22nd||Taunton and Wellington Keyboard Club|
|July 11th||Abergele and District Electronic Organ Society|
|August 9th||Clacton Keyboard Music Club (Formerly Clacton & District Organ Society)|
|August 15th||Bideford Keyboard and Organ Club|
|August 21st||Brentwood Organ and Keyboard Club|
|September 7th||Exeter Electronic Keyboard Club|
|September 16th||Chelmsford Organ and Keyboard Club|
|September 29th||Crawley Keyboard Club|
|October 18th||Great Yarmouth Live Keyboard Music Club|
|October 20th||Burgess Hill Keyboard Club|
|November 8th||Hailsham Organ Club|
|November 15th||Bourne Organ Club|
|November 16th||East Herts Modern Organ Club|
|November 23rd||Kingswinford and District Organ Society|
|November 27th||Derby Organ and Keyboard Club|
|Concerts in 2018|
|January 25th||Gainsborough Organ and Keyboard Club|
|February 6th||Eastbourne Piano and Keyboard Club (more details)|
AGM and Concert
|February 14th||East London and Essex Electronic Keyboard Club|
|March 19th||Nene Valley Organ Club - Northampton|
|July 24th||Thanet Electronic Organ & Keyboard Club|
|August 13th||Felixstowe Electronic Organ Club|
|October 19th||Ascot Organ and Keyboard Club|
|December 4th||Bexley Music Club|