Eric Meany Bio

Eric Meany

Eric Meany

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Eric has been performing his entire life. Fresh out of high school he began his career accompanying stars such as Bo Diddley and touring across America. From there he embarked on a dueling pianos career that would span 3 continents, 10 countries, and 40+ states!

After touring across America with the popular Mid-west band The Janglers, Eric began the international adventure that has been dueling pianos.

Eric has made national television appearances in both Holland and in America (on Star Search). He spent 5 years in Europe at the famed Crazy Pianos in both Holland and Barcelona, Spain. During that time he played to packed houses nightly and for many major corporations before deciding to head back to America.

Eric Meany has performed on Royal Caribbean cruise ships, in clubs and theaters throughout the U.S. and Canada and he has launched locations for Howl at the Moon and other prominent dueling piano bar corporations.

In 2006, Mr. Meany took his talents to Las Vegas, where he performs at The Bar at Times Square at New York, New York Casino, arguably the world’s best-known dueling piano show, and at Harrah’s. He has also been a featured entertainer at Paris and The Wynn-Encore.

In addition to his many musical accomplishments, Eric graduated with honors from college with a degree in music history. Mr. Meany was previously employed by The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio, where he created programs for the Education Department, documented oral history for the museum, and he has contributed to the museum’s archives and library.

Eric’s musical abilities are formidable, matched only by his utter dedication to captivating and empowering the crowd, leading them towards the best time they’ve ever had!

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