Pete's Dueling Pianos New Venture at Rosemont Chicago
Red Tricycle listed Pete’s in their Chicago events section as well!
October 30, 2019

Pete's Dueling Pianos, the premier destination for nightly singing, laughing, dancing and infectious dueling piano excitement, is opening their 5th location in Rosemont's Parkway Bank Park. They'll bring the reputation of Austin, Texas as the ‘Live Music Capital of the World’ to Rosemont with its boisterous, raucous music-driven party driven by high-energy dueling piano excitement. Four A-list pianists take the stage in two-person rotations to perform hits from every era on two baby grand pianos with high spirits and unparalleled showmanship.

Pete's Dueling Pianos New Venture at Rosemont Chicago
Great news! The Daily Herald posted an article about the opening yesterday!
October 30, 2019

Performers will be tickling the ivories for the first time Nov. 15 at Rosemont's newest entertainment venue.

Pete's Dueling Pianos announced this week the opening date for its location in Parkway Bank Park, the village's entertainment district. Construction on the 6,000-square-foot building has been taking place for months on what is the district's last remaining developable space.

Pete's Dueling Pianos New Venture at Rosemont Chicago
Pete’s Dueling Pianos is slated to offer oversized drinks and continuous live music in mid-November
October 30, 2019

A Texas-based pianos chain plans to soon bring its “nonstop party all night” atmosphere to the Chicago area. Pete’s Dueling Pianos, a popular mini-chain with four locations in the Lone Star State, announces its first Midwestern location will open on November 15 in near suburban Rosemont. Expect continuous live music from pianists and other musicians, oversized sweet cocktails from two pianos, and a “big party” inside a large space when it opens...

Pete's Dueling Pianos goes smoke-free
Pete's Dueling Pianos goes smoke-free
July 23, 2014

I vividly recall my days at TCU, when our big nights out were spent in and around Sundance Square. We'd often start out at Billy Miner's and then venture down to the Fox and Hound, Jack's Pub, the Library and then Pete's Dueling Pianos.

One thing was guaranteed, we'd have a blast -- and my clothes were going to wreak of cigarette smoke no matter which of the pianos we spent the most time in.

D Magazine
D Magazine
February 23, 2011

Tone Bell, a Addison comic with unhurried pacing and killer timing, does a funny bit about a guy eating cake in an airport. In fact, airports are Bell’s favorite place to people-watch. His second-favorite place is Pete’s Dueling Pianos. Here’s how Pete’s works: charge $8 at the door. Have four guys and two pianos. Rotate the guys in, sometimes have all four playing classic sing-along tunes from Billy Joel’s “Piano Man” and Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” to Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA.” Have conga lines and bring a bachelorette up onstage. Salute the veterans in the house and make a few sex jokes. Don’t let it get quiet or reflective. Keep the music and the antics up so that folks can party like it’s 1999 (sadly, there were no Prince songs the night I visited).

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Las Vegas Review Journal
Las Vegas Review Journal
December 05, 2009

Corey Levitan recounts his evening as a guest piano player alongside pupil and Pete's house pianist Matt Newbold.

"We worked this out in rehearsal: I answer Newbold correctly on three "Dueling Banjos" volleys. On the fourth, he goes boogie-woogie bonkers and I do my best to keep up."

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Las Vegas Weekly
Las Vegas Weekly
November 18, 2009

Pete's Las Vegas is reviewed in Las Vegas Weekly.

"I left my friend Sheena at the table to use the bathroom, and by the time I walked back into the main room, the piano players had pulled her onstage to do the chicken dance."

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