I like the website. It's nice and clean visually.
I especially like the music in the gallery and videos. :)))
My sister Vanessa and I lost our lovely dad, musician Mr Brian Lake, a year ago. We are making many trips down memory lane and I thought I would make contact to see if anyone remembers our wonderful dad. We lived in Findon Valley in the 1970s. Dad was a very talented musician, and worked in the developing organ business. It is wonderful to still see some names still going Len Rawle and Glynn Madden.
I am not sure if dad had much to do with the organ club when we were living at Findon but would be lovely to hear from someone. Any stories would be wonderful!
Fiona Lake and Vanessa Lake
Dear Fiona and Vanessa
Colin and I have only been associated with the Sussex club for about the last 7 years but we have a long standing interest in the organ and keyboard world. Our son (Chris) plays organs and keyboards and last Sunday he was playing the Wurlitzer Organ at the Sussex National Golf Club. It just so happened that the person who was responsible for the transplant of this magnificent instrument - David Houlgate was there and your Dad''s name was mentioned. David has fond memories of your Dad as being a very popular artist around Sussex in the 70s and possibly into the 80s as well. It seems that as well as being a concert artist in his own right your Dad also demonstrated and worked for two local organ stores in Worthing - Tevillle Organs and SMC.
We have our next concert tomorrow evening - we'll ask some our long time members if anyone has any more information for you.
Lynne and Colin Stanbury
Just wondering, did you receive my email I sent on the 10th November?? I would love to hear from you as I have a little more information on one of your Dad's saxophones and it would be good to see his photos.