One Man Band has expanded their business and moved to larger premises at Unit 6 Canada Close, Banbury, on the Marley Way Trading Estate, an easily accessible location to both Banbury Town Centre and the motorway network at Junction 11 of M40. Marley Way is one of the main trade destinations in Banbury with over 100,000 vehicle movements per week, with nearby occupiers including Tile Giant, B&Q, Homebase, Graham’s Builders, Halfords and a new Waitrose supermarket recently opened opposite. Banbury is earmarked for the construction of 7,000 new homes by 2031, significantly boosting the population of the town.

Established in 1995 at White Lion Walk in Banbury, One Man Band has become a leading internet retailer trading as ePianos and specialising in selling digital pianos, keyboards and organs. The company also provide high quality on site teaching and their new premises will include a specialist digital piano showroom, teaching studios and customer parking.

David Cooper, Managing Director at One Man Band, says “Following our acquisition of Whitley Bay Organs up in Newcastle back in 2016, and our development of demonstration videos on our YouTube channels, “Genos Tipsters” and “ePianos”, our business has continued to develop. Our new warehouse facilities with a showroom now suit our business much better than a High Street shop. We continue to welcome everyone to our showroom for demonstrations and to try our instruments.

Chris White, Managing Director at White Commercial Surveyors, says: “One Man Band has grown into a major force in the internet retailing of musical instruments and also its musical tuition – this relocation and expansion gives them excellent prospects to further expand their services especially in the Marley Way Retail Area which provides an excellent location for both Banbury Town facilities and the M40.”

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