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The SkxPRO Product page is LIVE

CLICK HERE to get straight to the page of this remarkable new HAMMOND!

Great article on Hammond History

A GREAT article on Hammond History

Well worth reading is this in-depth article on Hammond History recently published (12/27/21) in the Village Voice. Author MATT ROGERS offers a great read,

Moe Denham (1940-2021)

Sad news-Nashville B-3 Jazz stalwart MOE DENHAM has passed. A fine gentleman and soulful player.
Details to follw…

Dr. Lonnie Smith (1942-2021)

Dr. Lonnie Smith (1942-2021)

When one sees most photos of Dr. Lonnie Smith, the impression is one of mystery. The turban, the robes, the beads, the moustache/beard, and especially the

TIM AKERS (1962-2021)

Devastated by the passing of our Hammond Brother TIM AKERS. A total virtuoso, and the nicest guy you could meet. He played with Rascal Flatts and Vince Gill, among others,

Mike Finnigan (1945-2021)

Mike Finnigan (1945-2021)

It is with great regret we report the passing of the legendary MIKE FINNIGAN, Hammond Artist. Mike was first-call for his fine vocal stylings and soulful Hammond


Ike Stubblefield (1952-2021)

Very sad to report our great Artist IKE STUBBLEFIELD has lost his battle with Cancer. Ike had a great career, and was a favorite at our Sound

SkPRO release 1.6 Available NOW

ATTENTION ALL SkPRO USERS! Time to update your SkPRO to the latest Operating System! System 1.6 ads new features and cleans up some bugs, so you’ll really want to take

C.O.G.I.C. Organist Robert Woodie, Sr. Passes

We regret to announce Robert Woodie, Sr. has passed away. He served as the organist of the Historic Kennerly Temple Church of God In Christ for 62 years. He is

Brian Charette West Coast Tour

Brian Charette West Coast Tour

Brian will be swinging the West Coast hard in January. Make it a point to catch him!
Click HERE for more information.