If you’ve lived in Phoenix for a while, you may remember Phoenix Dueling Pianos from the days of “Little Ditty’s” at Arizona Center or the “Shout! House” at Glendale’s Westgate. Perhaps you joined the co-eds at ASU on Mill Avenue at “The Big Bang.”

These aforementioned establishments are a thing of the past, but have no fear – there is a new face of Dueling Pianos in Phoenix, Amy and Randy’s Premier Piano Shows.

Arizona's Corporate Event entertainment leader: Dueling Pianos Phoenix

Arizona’s Corporate Event entertainment leader: Dueling Pianos Phoenix

Amy Keith, a Wisconsin-native, has been singing since the age of 2, and her husband Randy has been playing piano since the same age. The two met in 2012 at Glendale’s “Shout! House” and are now the hottest dueling piano couple in Arizona, Florida and the entire country. Amy’s lifelong experience of singing (and 10 years of teaching) combines with Randy’s 34 years of playing piano (and 12 years worth of dueling piano shows) to create an all-request music extravaganza ranging from Elvis to Snoop Dogg, Elton John to Meghan Trainor.

The couple plays exclusively on the West Side of Phoenix as the only Dueling Piano show west of Sky Harbor!

 

Join them for Phoenix Dueling Pianos every month at:

Lakeside Bar and Grill – May 21st, June 25th, July 23rd

Dillon’s BBQ (Glendale – 59th Avenue) – June 11th

Dillon’s on the Bayou (Lake Pleasant) – June 10th, July 9th

 

Premier Piano Shows also partners with AZ Dueling Pianos and Amazing Pianos to provide entertainment all around Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa:

Dillon’s BBQ (Glendale) – May 13th (Pete Wilson and Scott Dunlap)

The Harp Irish Pub (Mesa) – Every Friday night 8:30-11:30pm

Murphy’s Law (Chandler) – Every Thursday night 8-11pm

 

If you’ve never seen dueling pianos in Phoenix before, you’re in for a treat! Amy and Randy’s Dueling Pianos are always open to audiences of all ages, and if/when the time is right, adults can have some fun with “older” humor too.

Request your favorite songs and don’t worry about getting gouged like in the piano bars in Las Vegas – at New York New York or Harrah’s. ?Amy and Randy play as many requests as possible, regardless of gratuities.

If you’re near Tempe, you can also see the former Big Bang Dueling Piano Bar with lots of the “same old” players – Mike Clement, Julie Simpson, Michael Clavijo – under new ownership at Low Key Piano Bar.

For more information about Phoenix dueling pianos in Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale and all of Arizona, contact Premier Piano Shows at 480-840-7301!