Ever seen Dueling Pianos in Phoenix? #YourPianoMan Randy Keith has played in Dueling Piano bars all over Arizona and California, including Shout! House, the former Big Bang Dueling Piano Bar in Tempe and Howl at the Moon locations across the world. This Spring, catch Randy Keith in a different setting, solo at Phoenix and Scottsdale’s Seasons 52 Eatery.
PremierPianoShows.com is Arizona’s leading dueling piano entertainment company for corporate events, weddings and private parties. Randy Keith is a 10-year veteran dueling piano player, with a resume that spans the entire country as well as domestic and international cruise ships.
If you’ve been to a dueling piano bar like The Bar at Times Square or The Piano Bar (at Harrah’s), you know what people love to hear — the sing-along classics like Billy Joel’s “Piano Man,” Elton John’s “Your Song,” and Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Great Balls of Fire.” There is in fact a list of what dueling piano players refer to as “core songs” that are typically requested 80% of the time at sing-along shows.
#YourPianoMan Randy Keith, a Los-Angeles area native and now a resident of Phoenix, enjoys branching out not only to different types of clients and venues for his company’s corporate events, but also expanding his repetoire and performance level both at weddings and restaurants. Randy Keith has recently joined the staff at Seasons 52, an upscale restaurant chain with service in Phoenix, that provides live piano music every night.
Seasons 52 appeals mostly to Generation X and Yers, with a heavy emphasis on 21st-century pop music, one of Keith’s specialties. Baby boomers frequet the restaurant as well and love the traditional Elton John and Billy Joel requests. Because of the more “background” feel of the venue, the “stage” (a mini-baby grand piano behind the bar) allows #YourPianoMan to play songs that do not typically get requested — for example Elton John and Billy Joel B-Sides like “Where to Now, St. Peter,” “Falling of the Rain,” and “Summer Highland Falls.”
In addition to more rare pop music cuts that are played at Seasons 52, Keith also tends to sprinkle in his favorite classical pieces like Mozart’s “Rondo in D” and Chopin’s “Minute Waltz.”
Join #YourPianoMan Randy Keith in a rare appearance away from Dueling Pianos Phoenix. ?He will be at Season’s 52 on the following dates (clickable to Facebook RSVPs):