Hiromi, pianist with Stanley Clark, on American Classic Pianos' Yamaha-C7.

Hiromi, pianist with Stanley Clark, on American Classic Pianos’ Yamaha-C7.

Neil Bridge (Denver jazz piano legend) will be celebrating his 80-something birthday with us in The Front Room @ American Classic Piano, as he challenges the soon-to-be legend, Steve Denny, next Thursday the 18th. Neil will be playing on American Classic Piano’s Yamaha C7 that just returned from the Telluride Jazz main stage where it was honored to be under the fingers of Jon Cleary (guest of honor), Yoshitaka Tsuji, and Eric Gunnison, one of Warren’s favorites, just to name a few. Eric said the piano was amazing! He said his experience is that pianos often “go out” under his melodic pounding, but this piano was rock-solid.

I know it’s a “school night”, but we won’t keep you out too late and you’ll be sorry if you miss this epic meeting of piano wizards. For more about Steve Denny go to and for more about Neil Bridge go to

Karen Lee, Neil’s wife, who is about the sweetest, kindest, most talented jazz singer EVER will be hosting and hopefully singing a few tunes.

Come for an evening of music, love and CAKE…..yeah, don’t forget the cake and some wine maybe or beer to go with it. Cake and wine paring. I’m there!

What: Dueling Pianos Private House Concert
Where: American Classic Piano, 2005 Dallas Street, Aurora, 80010 | 303-761- 6858
When: Thursday, August 18th
Time: Doors open at 6:30; Keyboard CounterPointe: 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Cost: $20 per person: Price includes Birthday cake, snacks, & White Wine and Beer.


This is a “sweet” room and an intimate venue; make sure you have your reservations.

Call or email with credit card info to:

Warren Niles Baker and Holly Smith

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