On this week's we hand the microphone to new presenter - Chris Borg! Chris is a well known face in the south and is a great enthusiast. We hope this show will be the first of many as has provided us with an excellent choice of music from around the world! Artists include Mark Herman, Reginald Dixon, Simon Gledhill and many more!
On this week's show we go to the seaside! Worthing to be precise, were for half an hour you can enjoy the sounds of Blackpool maestro Phil Kelsall who is celebrating his 40th anniversary at the Tower Ballroom this year. Since the Assembly hall Wurlitzer started playing in 1981 Phil has been twice a year since and is a firm favourite.
On this weeks show Damon has an extended show featuring tracks that would in some cases be too long to play on a normal show. We also feature a track from John Mann's new CD entitled 'Theatre Organ Magic' and can be purchased direct from John's website.
Another week and this time its turn once again to turn to John Leaming for another programme of recording from his archive. John never fails to pull out a variety of interesting and popular tracks and I think this show ticks all the boxes and more!
This weeks show Damon drops by and visits the newest Home Wurlitzer Installation - This being in the home of Barry Earl in Leighton Buzzard. This fine 3 manual Wurlitzer sounds great in his music room and who better to show off what a home Wurlitzer can do than Len Rawle. So sit back and enjoy!
On this weeks show Damon chats to international organist Richard Hills. Richard has bought countless hours of beautiful and fun music to the theatre organ scene and has been lucky to travel to world playing for fans. Recently back from the USA and from playing the World Premier of 'Seaside Concerto' he is certainly a busy man!
John Leeming is back at the microphone this week to delight us with more from his archive...and garden shed! With music from around the world and from past and present, be sure to tune in. Artists incude Harold Ramsay, Tom Hazleton, Simon Gledhill and many more!