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Video and Audio Clips

Here is a range of videos of Michael performing live, which have been uploaded by various people, mostly featuring mighty theatre pipe organs but a couple with electronic organ. After the videos come audio snippets in a range of styles, including cocktail piano, church organ and more. We hope you enjoy them all.


The Phantom

of the Opera

Recorded during one of Michael’s solo spots playing the magnificent four manual Compton organ at Bournemouth’s Pavilion Theatre in a special sell-out show with The Mantovani Orchestra and host Ed ‘Stewpot’ Stewart.

Audio Clips

A range of contrasting sounds and styles

Cocktail Piano


The Music of the Night

The Worthing

Beer Festival 2017

Recorded at the end of the Saturday afternoon session of the festival, with Michael playing the magnificent Worthing Wurlitzer to lead a Community Singalong.

Troxy Wurlitzer

Picture Parade

Prepared by Cinema Organ Society Southern District Secretary, Damon Cox, this features photos from various events at the Troxy during 2017 and is accompanied by music recorded during Michael’s concert there.

With Paintbox, Easel and

Canvas, at the

Singing Hills Wurlitzer

This fascinating project was masterminded by renowned organ broadcaster and historian, Alan Ashton, who has made computer generated copies of an original slideshow interlude created by organist Andrew Fenner. The music, which Michael has faithfully recreated to the original schedule, describes each item in the painting as it appears.

Blackpool comes to

Bournemouth Medley!

Another video from the sell-out Mantovani concert at Bournemouth’s Pavilion Theatre, this time bringing a touch of the traditional Blackpool Tower Wurlitzer style of playing to the Bournmeouth Compton.

A tour of London’s

famous Gaumont State,

Kilburn, with music from

Michael at the Wurlitzer

A look around this most magnificent of cinema buildings, now in use as a church. One of Michael’s most favourite organs, this video documentary features his music in the background and as a feature.

Gentle Jazz Gig

A night of gentle jazz at The Tree Hotel in Cadmore End. Michael performs here with singer Renee Sears and The Jazz Set.

That’s Entertainment at

the Astoria Centre,


One of the UK’s finest Compton Theatre Pipe Organs, this piece opened Michael’s concert there on 11th June 2022.

With Vocalist Emily Matthews

With Cocktail Piano - Just The Way You Look Tonight

With Hammond Organ - It’s Almost Like Being In Love

With Hammond Organ - Summertime

Wedding Organ

Widor Tocatta

Excerpts from CD Releases

Piano Magic Sampler

Fly Me To The Moon

The Wind Beneath My Wings

The History of Love

Star Trek: the Next Generation

Thank you for listening

Happy listening!

Rye Wurlitzer Jazz Night

with Liane Carroll,

Michael Wooldridge and

Russell Field

A couple of numbers, Autumn Leaves and Secret Love, recorded by a patron at the show, which was in aid of the Rye Wurlitzer Academy. Internationally renowned award winning singer Liane, is accompanied by Michael on the Wurlitzer and top drummer Russell Field, who also plays for Midge Ure and Barbara Dickson

In the Panto Pit

Michael accompanying a pantomime.

The band is just a two piece band consisting of

Michael playing the organ to provide all

orchestral sounds (including the bass and

Timpani) and a drummer. Everything is live,

with no multi-tracking or pre-recording at all.

Wooldridge, Webster &

Wurlitzer - plus some

George Formby!

A very special guest appearance by Chris Webster, bringing the magic of George Formby to my concert at the LTOT Heritage Centre, Peel Green, Manchester, on 26th June 2018. We were privileged to work together in a touring show and at 'one off' variety shows a couple of decades earlier but this spot was our first time together after all those years and, despite the break, and a lack of the correct arrangements (!) we and the audience really enjoyed our re-union.

Bournemouth Tea Dance

with Michael Wooldridge,

Emily Matthews and the

Pavilion Dance Band

A special afternoon Tea Dance to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the Pavilion in Bourneouth, which opened to national interest in March 1939 and continues to provide the best live entertainment in the magnificent Theatre and beautiful Ballroom.