Pianist - Parties, events, funerals, restaurants, etc
Oldies - 60's & 70's
Popular Music from 50's to present
Everything is specifically tailored to the specific venue, party, funeral, restaurant, lounge, event.
While difficult to narrow down what I can play (as a solo pianist) to a specific list (I literally know over 1,000 songs!)... the following is the list of songs that you can watch me play on my Youtube channel just by clicking on the links!
What I play is all "by ear". And since I have perfect pitch, combined with a nearly perfect audiographic memory, what I play sounds much, much better than someone playing from sheet music. My versions are much more accurate and, since I play exactly what I hear, you won't hear someone else playing the same song nearly as good as the way I play it.
The songs on this list are available on my Youtube channel where you can not only hear it, but see me play it as well! Those songs are "clickable", meaning they link to me playing that song on my Youtube Channel. Please click on those links to gain more of an idea of what I would sound like at your gathering, party, event, etc.
The following is a SAMPLE listing:
A more complete song list is at this link
PianoManChuck + Keith Emerson (of Emerson, Lake & Palmer)
TESTIMONIALS - Classic Rock Pianist
You rock the house!
- Avi Z., Director, Chaplain & Volunteer Services,
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
You made our special day incredible! Guests were playing "name that tune"!
- Mark A. (groom, private wedding)
I can't believe you know so many songs by memory... perfectly!
- Chris (Manager, Bobby London Lounge)
I think we're in business!!
- Salvatore (owner, Corleone Italian Restaurant)
What an incredible talent! I'll be referring you from now on!
- Michel B., Wedding Planner/Coordinator
Forget the party, I could hire you just to listen all day!
- Don M., private corporate party
I can't believe you'd consider a cruise ship pianist position - you're way better than that!
- Donna H. (bride, private wedding)
How the heck can you memorize so many hundreds of songs so perfectly?
- Don F. (private party)