The Santa Rosa Plateau and Nature Education Foundation began the second half of their 2017 Summer Concert Series and 20th annual Santa Rosa Plateau Art Show with a fun-filled show put on by Ryan Bueter and Killer Dueling Pianos.
Killer Dueling Pianos has put on shows nationwide, including for clients such as the NFL, NBA, Nationwide Insurance and Jack in the Box. The crowd-interactive show had the audience laughing, dancing, clapping and singing to a variety of individually-requested songs, ranging from “Rock Around the Clock”, Neil Diamond, Shania Twain, Johnny Cash and Cindy Lauper to Bruno Mars and Lady Gaga and so many others.
This concert was the fourth of a six-concert series. Opening night July 8 featured Woodie and the Longboards doing a Beach Boys tribute. The following weekend featured Rebecca Clark and the Temecula Valley Symphony doing a Barbra Streisand Tribute. The last show of the first half featured The American Made Band playing dance and party songs from different eras and genres.
The casual scenic venue – under the stars surrounded by nature – lends itself to an informal and intimate neighborly atmosphere. Wine is donated by Plateau Vineyards. This year’s beer sponsor is Garage Brewing Company. On-site dinners prepared by New Life Culinary can be pre-ordered online.
The last two concerts of the season – Aug. 5 and Aug. 12 – include Jim Curry’s John Denver tribute and the ever-popular Willie Nelson and Patsy Cline Tribute.
For more information, visit www.srpf.org.