Cleveland Keys Dueling Pianos coming to Woodward Opera House

The Woodward Opera House proudly presents CLEVELAND KEYS DUELING PIANOS
on Saturday January 6, 2024. Partnering to help raise funds for The Rotary Club of
Mount Vernon, this one-night show is sure to sell out quickly. Local businessmen
Bob Boss, and Joe Mortellaro have joined with The Woodward and The Rotary
Club of Mount Vernon in sponsoring this event. Park National Bank, and Mortellaro
McDonald’s are great community advocates and always look for a worthy cause
to support. The Rotary Club of Mount Vernon, a service organization, will be
raising funds to assist their many projects in the Mount Vernon/Knox County

Cleveland Keys provides audiences with an all-request Dueling Pianos
show guaranteed to make your night memorable.

From Nashville, TN, Greg Coffey has been performing professionally all across the
U.S. touring with artists such as Jaime Lynn Spears, Madonna Nash, and Cody
Purvis. While in Nashville, Greg could be found on Broadway most nights playing
with Nashville’s top musicians and artists.

Learning and collaborating with the best musicians in Nashville, Greg created a
unique style of Dueling Pianos that brings high-level musicianship and
impromptu entertainment together to deliver an outstanding show. After visiting
Cleveland, Greg fell in love with the city and decided to start Cleveland Keys
Dueling Pianos.

Returning to the stage in the beautiful historic Woodward Opera House,
Cleveland Keys will once again blow you away with their professionalism and

“Cleveland Keys has become a house favorite, and we now think of them as part
of The Woodward family.” Says manager, Dena Hess. Hess has worked with the
traveling band on each of their visits to The Woodward Opera House and says
that the audience always asks “When will they be back”!!

Join us on Saturday January 6 th at 7:00pm for this amazing night of singing,
dancing, and fun! Tickets are available online at

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