Rosemary's unique arrangements involve the marriage of her classical and popular music background. Perfect pitch enables her to effortlessly field requests from the audience and adds spontaneity to all her programs. Rosemary has developed a following of musical devotees wherever she performs and her numerous recordings are sought after by young and old alike.
Gregg has been playing the organ since the age of 7. In 2011, he took first place in the national OrganFest competition in Las Vegas, Nevada. Aside from an ongoing concert schedule, his group and private teaching at his studio, he always makes time for causes he believes will further organ music appreciation.
David started playing the organ when he was fourteen years old. His fascination with the instrument began when he saw a video of Rosemary Bailey playing "All the Jazz" on the Roland Atelier. Since then , he has gone on to having many responsibilities including Director of Music Technology at Villa Park High School, Administrator of Operations for Soli Studios Music, Inc., and President of the Orange County Theater Organ Society, which maintains the 4/37 Wurlitzer at Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton, CA. David would like to thank his many mentors for his progress, including Rosemary Bailey, Gene Roberson, Gail Hillman, John Zechiel, OCTOS, and "Major" Charles Jay. David has an intense desire to make the organ known to the younger generation and hopes that one day, it will be just as known as the guitar or piano.
Rosemary performing "All That Jazz" at Roland Atelier Organ Power
Gregg took first place in the national Roland RoganFest competition in Las Vegas, Nevada.
David performing Fantasmic!