From our SOLD OUT 2/19 show at The Blind Pig, NYC, a crowd’s eye view of Matt Tobin getting the room rockin’ with BUILD ME UP BUTTERCUP!!
From our SOLD OUT show at The Cellar @ 22 Warren St., NYC, Sean “Chops” Rainey gets a mashup of HEY JUDE and SUPERBASS!
Our friends at OpenTable.com are showing some love for our LOVE STINKS party, on Valentine’s Eve!
Shake Rattle & Roll Dueling Pianos was chosen as the website’s pick of where to go in NYC on Valentine’s Weekend.
Shake Rattle & Roll Dueling Pianos Video of the Week! From our SOLD OUT show at The Cellar @ 22 Warren St., NYC, Frankie Turner led a dance contest through the decades…
Maurice White, the founder, co-vocalist and primary songwriter of funk super-group Earth, Wind & Fire, passed away Thursday morning, following a long battle with Parkinson’s. He was 74.
The band’s numerous hits included September, Shining Star, Let’s Groove Tonight, and Boogie Wonderland.
Due to popular demand, we are bringing back our Friday Night Dueling Pianos shows!
Our launch party will be Feb. 19, at
THE BLIND PIG
233 E. 14th St.
doors – 9pm, showtime – 10pm
AND, we are co-sponsoring this event with our good friends at Club Getaway,
the premier summertime Adult resort in Kent, CT
where we party it up every summer –
so you KNOW this show is gonna be crazy!!!
For our special friends, we are offering limited $12 discount tickets
(that’s 40% off!!!)
with the promo code BLINDPIG
so get those tickets before they’re gone!!!
From our annual show in upstate New York, at the 2016 Adirondack Ice Bowl, Greg gave our piano players $100 to come up onstage and sing Johnny Cash’s FOLSOM PRISON BLUES…and he ROCKED it!!!
Some enterprising guerrilla artists took full advantage of the street closures during Saturday’s snow and posted a fitting, downtown tribute to David Bowie.
Climbing atop a ladder, they unofficially renamed the historic Bowery in his honor, adding a “David” to the sign.
Quite fitting, indeed, since the famed CBGB’s music venue, home of punk rock and counterculture artists throughout the 70s & 80s, was only steps away from the scene of the tribute.