Piano bars are considered to be a social staple in many parts of the United States, most especially in New York City. People in Manhattan usually spend their free time by listening to someone play the piano.

When you visit the place of Manhattan in New York, you will be able to see that piano bars have been the most favorite place of people and can be found almost everywhere from hotels, restaurants, and even lounges.

In piano bars, you can see Broadway stars. It is where you can also see those with dueling pianos that are of full energy going party, singing, and dancing.  Piano bars have been a part of the city of New York since 1940. Manhattan piano bars are where you can find musical theatre queens sing their Broadway songs.

New York City is not only famous for their restaurants, establishments, and economy. This most visited state in America is also known for Broadway music and for the people’s tremendous love in music. That’s why when you are in New York, you should never miss watching Broadway concerts.

Theater Listings for Aug. 23-29 – New York Times

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New York TimesTheater Listings for Aug. 23-29New York Times(Brantley). ‘Let It Be’ Another Beatles tribute on Broadway? But this concert is the best of the bunch by far, with a rotating cast, 40 or so songs, and a burst of musical magical realism (2: …

MOSA brings free concerts to Northern Manhattan | manhattanspeak

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Brent Ness. MOSA Concert Manager. 914-523-9507. Press Release: Music at Our Saviour’s Atonement brings free concerts. to Northern Manhattan. 2009-10 Season begins with consecutive Friday night piano recitals by. Josu De Solaun and Maxim Anikushin. Eleven-concert Sunday, March 14 at 5:00 p.m. – Broadway veteran Eric Scott Kincaid presents a concert of songs from the Broadway repertoire. Works by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, John 

Face The Music, Medley (Irving Berlin) played by Phil Ohman (1932)

Soft Lights and Sweet Music; A Roof in Manhattan; Let’s Have Another Cup of Coffee; Soft Lights and Sweet Music (Irving Berlin) Three good songs from Berlin’…

MORNING SONG @ Steps on Broadway NYC Feb 1st, 2013

Glitter Kitty Productions present: MORNING SONG- By Jeff Davis – Original Music by Elliot Roth. Sung by: Elliot Roth & Phil Pineno. Also featuring: Annie Now…

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