Another SOLD OUT show at The Cellar @ 22 Warren St. Ryan Arr hits the high notes on TAKE ON ME, with more than one hundred back up singers!
Another outdoor dance party at Club Getaway, CT. Casey “Smooth” Cotton has 300+ partiers grooving to UPTOWN FUNK!
Another SOLD OUT Saturday night at The Cellar – and Frankie Turner leads our bachelorettes in a WAGON WHEEL singalong!
A jury has decided at last, the plagiarism trial of Led Zeppelin’s STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN.
And they have determined that, the most overplayed song in the history of rock radio is no one’s fault but Led Zeppelin themselves.
A suit was filed by members of Spirit, claiming that Robert Plant and Jimmy Page stole their ideas for Stairway from the 1968 Spirit track “Taurus”, citing specifically the descending chromatic line that is the signature musical theme of the songs.
The band’s chief defense was that the figure in question had been used countless compositions in the past 300 years, including The Beatles MY MICHELLE, the romantic standard MY FUNNY VALENTINE, and, you know…Bach…
We’ve played for some cold audiences, but never quite like this..
Italian pianist and composer Ludovico Einaudi performed his composition, Elegy for the Arctic, with the support of Greenpeace to bring awareness to the need for protection for the Arctic. Haunting and beautiful. And cold.
From a fabulous 70th birthday party we played up in Albany, this wild group of gals took over the dance floor to OH WHAT A NIGHT!
Our upcoming shows on June 18th & 25th are now SOLD OUT.
In the last 48 hours, we sold over 75 tickets – a new record!
To accommodate this new demand, we are adding another show, on June 24th at 10pm.
We are extending the wildly successful $12 promo code SUMMER for our June 24th and July 2nd shows…
Get those tickets before someone else does!
We thought it fitting that this would be our Dueling Pianos Video of the Week. From our nightclub to all the nightclubs, from NYC to Orlando, we are one nation. One pulse. This was our show last night, where a room of patrons united in song with the help of “Big” Joe on the mic. We are with you.