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Exhibitors at April’s International Music Show

The 1983 International Music show proved to be an enjoyable occasion for musicians and their families from all over the UK. Bank Holiday Monday saw broadcasts from the Radio One Roadshow, special demonstrations and guest appearances by well-known musicians. Below we present just a few of the scenes from this successful event.

E&MM stand: Ken McAlpine, Toni Markwick, Mark Jenkins

City Music's Yamaha keyboard section.

Manson Guitars, a prestigious hand-built range.

Simon and Johnny Kinkead and their custom Kincade range.

Paul Wiffen demonstrates the Elka keyboards and OSCAR.

Radio One's Richard Skinner and keyboard star Vangelis.

Soho Soundhouse, with the Soho Synthhouse in tow.

Jim Marshall with part of the huge Marshall amp range.

Casio keyboards under demonstration.

Paiste cymbals and Melanie toms in the marquee.

Bootleg Music's smiling sales force.

Chris Eccleshall's custom-built guitar range.

Music Ground doing heavy business.

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