Here I am after the show with the Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Lynda Hyde.
Of course I have also recorded a CD on this very organ, "Marches, Waltzes and Musicals" which is available to buy at my shows and also on line (see the Discography page for a full track listing, and the Contact Me page to order).
Click here to see some clips of me performing one of my summer shows last year.
Back in June last year, I was thrilled to have been given a Mayoral Reception in my honour here in Brighton - it was such a privilege for me and I was truly delighted.
I have various recordings available (CDs and DVDs), including 'GET HAPPY' which was recorded on the Allen Theatre Organ at Henley-on-Thames Town Hall.
It costs just 10 and is on sale at my concerts or by post or on line: click on the 'Contact Me' Page for details.
The two photos below by Erfyl Parry: The stage is set: It's all over: I still have a lot of other shows to come this year, including of course my 35th summer season at Eastbourne (the flyer for which appears further down the page) so don't miss out!
I'm very much looking forward to all my dates, with some new ones too - such as the Troxy, London, playing the mighty Wurlitzer on the 26th July, and then playing the opening concerts in Porth (South Wales) on the magnificent Christie organ in August.
My thanks to Jonathan Adams, Ruby Thomas, Chris Mannion and Sarah Bryant for their musical participation during the evening show, and to all the many many JMAS members who were there - a great time was had by all!
It's been a very busy and enjoyable time just lately with trips up to the Lake District and Yorkshire playing some wonderful theatre organs and also down to Wales playing in the grand opening concerts at Paul Kirner's Music Palace featuring the magnificent Christie organ.
Also on sale at my shows (see Date List page for where I'll be in concert).
Have a look at the ON STAGE page of my website - new photos being added frequently.
This is recorded on the magnificent Christie organ at Paul Kirner's Music Palace, and really was a joy to play.