Lance Luce - Grand Rapids Public Museum
Grand Rapids, Michigan
September 19th and 20th 2014 was the fourth time I've had the opportunity to play
at this fun venue. The organ is kept in very good condition, and has a digital
combination system which allows you to recall your own presets (pistons) from
previous concerts, which is a big time saver. They get a good turnout for their
concerts, and it's always a fun time for me.
November 18 and 19, 2016 marked my fifth appearance at the Grand Rapids Public Museum. This is one of the most fun filled
places that I get the opportunity to perform at. They always get a good size crowd, the organ is very nice, and the people are
friendly. Who could ask for anything more? I had a new camera with me, trying it out. A GoPro Hero 5 black. It has a very wide
angle lens (no jokes please) so there is some distortion, fish eye effect, that's kinda fun. I put a video on you tube if you're
interested. The audio quality isn't that great, but the picture's good. I hope you enjoy a couple of "new" pictures of the museum.
December 21 & 22, 2018 was the sixth time I've had the chance to play at the Grand Rapids Public Museum on their Wurlitzer
organ!! And I think this was the first time that BOTH shows were SOLD OUT!! As you can tell by the dates, it was a Christmas
concert, so it was loaded with some of my favorite music that only gets played that time of year. It was fun, as always. There are
some new faces there, and they are carrying on the tradition. Sad to say that Bob D., who was the program chairman for many years,
has passed away. The organ sounds as good as always, and it seems, very popular!!