THE POPULAR NORTH EAST ORGANIST FOR DANCING
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|Above Photo:- Graeme Scarlett at the Werso Louvre Organ, Blackpool 2002|
|Graeme started playing the piano at the age of 6, by the age of 10 he had performed his first paid performance at the Roddymoor Community Centre, upon leaving school Graeme started deputising for a former cruise line pianist Bob Eales, in a local pub, soon afterwards Graeme was to be offered this position as his own first residency.
At 20 Graeme got to grips with the Electronic Organ, and soon afterwards was playing several nights a week at the Castles supper club in County Durham, working on the same bill as many of the popular entertainers of that time, including Vince Hill, The Bachelors, and The Grumbleweeds, to name but a few.
In 1995, well known organist Mike Slater invited Graeme to play at a fuction at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool, the instrument would be the Mighty WurliTzer Organ, made world famous by the legendary "Mr Blackpool" Reginald Dixon, this function lead to Graeme being invited to play as a part of the resident team of organists for seven happy years from 1995 until 2002, alongside Chris Hopkins, Phil Kelsall , David Graham and John Bowdler.
Today Graeme is in high demand on the music for dancing circut, in addition to local dances in the North East of England, he performs at Dance Venues in various parts of the UK.
The Current Organs that Graeme uses are a