at Dan's Bar & Grill
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27
Kick off your Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend with a super fun event at Dan's!
The talented players with Sweet Key's Dueling Pianos combine amazing music with hysterical comedy to bring you a show that is sure to entertain!
Reserve your spot today! Seats will go FAST!
Seats at tables are $10
SRO and Bar Seats do not require a reservation.
If you'd like to make a reservation, either message us via Facebook or complete the form on our website with "Dueling Pianos" in the Subject Line.
We will need the following information:
♦︎ Phone Number
♦︎ E-Mail Address
♦︎ Party Size
♦︎ *Reservations will be seated at 8:45 for the show, if you'd like to have dinner before the show, let us know and we will reserve you a spot for dinner as well.
Please note that by simply requesting a reservation won't guarantee that you'll get one, you will be notified once the email is received, and if the event fills up, we will start a waiting list.
You will be contacted by phone about two weeks before the event to secure your spot, at which time, you will be charged for the seat.
Meet the players!
★🎹★ KEVIN ROTTY ★🎹★
Kevin brings over 30 years of professional experience on to the Sweet Keys stage. From musical theatre, to rock and roll, to comedy, Kevin has worked as either a performer or Musical Director in more than 50 regional/national productions in venues such as Ordway, Fitzgerald Theater, O’Shaughnessy Hall, Orchestra Hall, Plymouth Playhouse and the History Theatre.
Along with performing, Kevin has been a long-time music educator in the Twin Cities. He taught in the public schools, MacPhail Center for Music, as well as served as Dept. Chair of the Voice Department at McNally Smith College of Music.
Kevin also has worked in Liturgical Music since 1999 and currently serves as Director of Music at Church of the Risen Savior in Burnsville, MN.
Dueling Pianos is the gig where many of Kevin’s mad skills come together for a great show!
★🎹★ NICK MILLESON ★🎹★
Nick has been a professional musician in the Twin Cities area for more than 15 years. With a repertoire that spans all genres and decades, everybody is sure to hear a song that suits their musical tastes. He has a unique style of piano playing that is mesmerizing to anybody lucky enough to sit within eyeshot of his keyboard. His musical career has included dueling pianos, wedding ceremonies, big band and ensemble jazz groups, and professional accompaniment.
Nick daylights as a Mechanical Engineer for a local product development company. During his rare free time, he enjoys adventures with his wife and two kids, fishing, and golfing.