The Tom Basler Piano Show

Song List

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  • SAMPLE OF MATERIAL
  • John Cougar Mellencamp -
  • The Who -
  • Journey -
  • Bob Segar -
  • Cameo -
  • Billy Joel -
  • Prince -
  • Michael Jackson -
  • Jimmy Buffet -
  • The Romantics -
  • Eagles -
  • Joe Walsh -
  • The Beach Boys -
  • The Rolling Stones -
  • Def Leppard -
  • Gun’s and Roses -
  • Van Halen -
  • Meatloaf -
  • The Beatles -
  • Johnny Cash -
  • KC and The Sunshine Band -
  • Stevie Wonder -
  • Lady Gaga -
  • Rodney Carrington -
  • Doobie Brothers -
  • Steve Miller -
  • Bad Company -
  • Zac Brown Band -
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival -
  • Led Zeppelin -
  • Public Broadcasting System -
  • U2 -
  • FreeCreditReport.com -
  • James Taylor -
  • Chicago -
  • Transit Authority -
  • FREE -
  • Van Morrison -
  • T-Rexx -
  • Rod Stewart -
  • Gap Band -
  • Van Morrison -
  • The Righteous Brothers -
  • Cross Canadian Ragweed -
  • Garth Brooks -
  • Neal Diamond -
  • Barry Manilow -
  • ZZ Top -
  • Steely Dan -
  • John Lennon -
  • Elvis Presley -
  • James Brown -
  • Rick James -
  • Average White Band -
  • Warren Zevon -
  • Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers -
  • Chuck Berry -
  • Charlie Daniels Band -
  • Rick Springfield -
  • Bob Dylan -
  • Bruce Springsteen -
  • Paul McCartney and Wings -
  • Pink Floyd -
  • Cheap Trick -
  • America -
  • Grand Funk Railroad -
  • AD/DC -
  • War -
  • Three Dog Night -
  • James Taylor -
  • Bob Marley -
  • Cold Play -
  • Wallflowers -
  • STP -
  • Old McDonald -
  • Temptations -
  • Eric Clapton -
  • Lynard Skynard -
  • George Harrison -
  • The Guess Who -
  • BachmanTurner Overdrive -
  • Jim Croce -
  • Traffic -
  • Wilson Pickett -
  • Sweet -
  • Tears for Fears -
  • Bon Jovi -

Artist Information

Tom Basler has been playing piano professionally for over 35 years. Beginning as a multi-keyboard player with dance bands and show bands in the 70’s and 80’s, Tom eventually gravitated to “Dueling Pianos” in 1989. He has become one the best known and longest working “duelers” in the country. He has worked all over the U.S., Canada,Europe, the Caribbean, and on cruise ships. He has performed in all types of venues and for all kinds of crowds. Though Tom prefers the term “Sing Along” for his show, the “Dueling Piano” moniker has endured. No matter what it’s called, Tom’s primary goal at every show is to include everyone in the performance: the audience, staff, and fellow musicians. With his vast repertoire and engaging persona, crowds of all types find themselves clapping and singing along.

Tom loves to take requests, and plays an impressive variety of songs from many artists and genres.