Dueling Pianos and Dinner
By Michael Brooks
The Edna Education Foundation will hold its first event on Saturday, April 7, when it has Dinner, Drink, and Dueling Pianos featuring Howl at the Moon. It begins at 6 p.m. and will be at 924 FM 822 (the old KC Hall).
“I was trying to think of something unique and fun and I thought ‘we should do that,’” EEF Board Member Marrill Ulbricht said. “You don’t see many events like this in Jackson County.”
Wikipedia says Dueling pianos (also known simply as "sing-along") is a form of entertainment, usually on stage with two grand pianos, each played by a professional player who sings and entertains; humor and audience participation are prevalent. Most of the songs performed are rock and roll, "classic rock", Top 40, R&B, or country, played primarily by request.
“We are bringing in Howl at the Moon Pianists from San Antonio, and they do a really fun, interactive show,” Ulbricht said. “It’ll be fun.
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