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Let it be Collaboration | Supporting the NHS | Download the Genos Guide | The Brand-New Genos Show
We’ve got quite a lot going on at the moment – you may have seen our blog post a few weeks ago, which spoke about an upcoming collaboration we were hosting to encourage players to come together, playing Let it be. The idea actually came to David Cooper’s daughter, Floella. We all agreed it would be a great way to put a smile on everyone’s faces, be that of the people that are playing in the video which is being seen worldwide, or those seeing it on YouTube themselves. David decided that Let it Be was a good fit to the strange times we’re all experiencing.
Within a week of posting our video and sending an email out, we had enough videos of people playing, faster than we expected, especially with some customers that don’t like to use technology or haven’t used Google Drive before. So here it is, in all it’s glory. Let it be – by David Cooper, Phil Watson, Christine Eighteen, Walt Roberts, Russ Williamson, Frank, Mick Sayers, James Tysoe, Paul Herrington, Sue Bigmore, Len Weir, Christine de Quervain & Richard Hughes.
You’ll also have seen in the video that we are soon to be releasing the brand new TV show like ‘Genos Show’. It will be coming to the site directly available to purchase on an episode by episode basis and episodes will be packed with, tips, tricks, registrations, plenty of playing, and your questions answered. It’s all very exciting. If you’re interested in the Genos Show, you can register your interest using the form below. If you register your interest, we’ll keep you updated when new episodes are released.
If all that excitement wasn’t enough – we have been busy converting our paper Genos Guides to an online edition. This means you can now download and receive our famous Genos guide today! Take a look at what they have to offer by clicking here.
This month, we’ve seen so many inspiring efforts to bring people together and support our amazing NHS. Here is a collaboration between local musicians here in our home town of Banbury’ including several former ePianos employees. Take a look: