Tony Fenelon

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Tony Fenelon cut his teeth on the Theatre Organ and became the artist in residence at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne in the early 1960s. He recalls performing demos at the NAMM Shows beginning in the 1970s for companies such as Lowrey and Roland. Tony was on hand for the big unveiling of the Lowrey MX1 in 1979 at the Chicago NAMM Show. He was later the demo artist for the Roland Atelier, which became Tony's signature instrument. He has recorded and provided in-store clinics around the world. Along the way he has developed lifelong friends who share his passion for the organ.