Dueling Pianos

Dueling Pianos

Dueling Piano Bars

Dueling Pianos Bars can be a great night out for groups of friends, bachelorette parties, birthdays and other special occasions. Most dueling piano bars start getting fired up around 7pm and go well into the night, sometimes as late as 2am in some cities. Dueling piano bars usually have about 3-5 piano players who rotate throughout the night, taking turns playing requests from the audience. Some dueling piano bars also incorporate a drum set and bass and lead guitars into the show as well, although most of the time the PA system is so terrible that it cannot hold the pressure of that many instruments going at once.

Most dueling piano bar shows will be anywhere from PG rated all the way to X rated, depending on what city you are in. Most of the "blue comedy" in the X rated establishments is somewhat parodied and disguised in "schtick", rather than just blatant nasty entertainment. The idea of the dueling pianos bars is rumored to have started in Texas, but the real dueling piano bar that started it all was New York, New York in Las Vegas. This was the first highly professional team of dueling piano players that anyone had seen and they were on a very large scale as literally thousands of people would pour through the Las Vegas casino and witness (most for the first time) a dueling pianos show. Although still primitive and basic, the idea of the dueling piano bar really caught fire with much credit going to New York, New York's piano bar in Las Vegas.

Dueling piano bars are a unique and fun way to spend an evening with friends and family, requesting songs, roasting your friends, getting roasted by your friends, and other generalized mayhem.

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