Top keyboard player will entertain in Lowestoft

PUBLISHED: 13:27 05 June 2015 | UPDATED: 13:27 05 June 2015

Steve Hubble, who will be appearing at the Lowestoft Organ & Keyboard Club June concert

Steve Hubble, who will be appearing at the Lowestoft Organ & Keyboard Club June concert


The Lowestoft and District Organ and Keyboard Club will feature one the leading keyboard players in the country for this month’s meeting.

On Tuesday, Steve Hubble (pictured) will be performing in concert at the club’s headquarters at The Barn, Parkhill Hotel in Oulton, starting at 7.30pm. Admission will be £6 – but if you haven’t attended the club before, simply present this article to gain free admission on the night.

A club spokesman said: “Steve started playing at the tender age of four and in 2012 restarted his professional concerts. He is now regarded as one of the country’s leading and most popular artistes on the organ circuit. Steve’s self-penned musical arrangements vary from ballads, classical, swing and light jazz to ever-popular tunes.”

For more information about Steve ahead of the concert, visit

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