Nigel Edmund-Jones was the founder of the London Rock Shop. The small store was established in 1980 and became legendary in the music industry for the long list of famous customers. The store closed after six years, which gave Nigel an opportunity to focus on musical composition and publishing. He had worked for Chappell some years earlier and really developed a passion for music engraving with computer notation software. His passion for music also began at a very early age. At eight years old, Nigel was a chorister at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. It was during that experience when his young voice was heard by over 360 million people on the somber occasion of Winston Churchill’s funeral.
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