DUELING PIANO SHOW

The attraction “Dueling Pianos” was born in the 40s in a pub in Bourbon Street in New Orleans, already famous as the birthplace of jazz. This place called “Pat O’Brien” still exists.

The idea was to put on stage two pianists / singers performing songs chosen by the public. In the 80s, a new facility opened in Dallas.

Artists who worked on “Pat O’Brien” will be produced, are playing Broadway classics and folk songs that the audience took up with them …

In 1989 they began to replace these securities with music much more now … When they sang “Old Time Rock and Roll” by Bob Seger, the crowd exploded with joy!

This style of performance is based on pairs of pianists who try to outdo each other, hence the name “Dueling Pianos” public participation remains essential …

Pure entertainment …