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The Ken Bradbury Honkey Tonk Piano

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"Politics, armies, the Statue of Liberty and Saran Wrap are all important," says Ken Bradbury, "but to know America, you've to hear it's music."

For over forty years Ken Bradbury has been tinkling the keyboards across the Midwest landscape, bringing the sounds of America's rich musical heritage to life. From tiny one-room schoolhouses to international conventions, Ken's honky-tonk piano stylings have delighted audiences and set feet to tapping, no matter the age of the shoe.

When not cruising the Illinois River on Peoria's famed Spirit of Peoria riverboat as featured pianist or playing at the Abraham Lincoln Museum in Springfield, Illinois, Ken regularly appears at Chautauquas, faith-based conventions, and several of his works have appeared on Public Television.

Spinning of mixture of our nation's melodies with stories of both the songs and the people who made them, Ken's presentations delight every family member, no matter the age.


You may know Bradbury from his writings since he has been named the most-performed author of theatre materials in American public schools ever year since 1997, and his syndicated newspaper columns appear in 14 Midwest newspapers where he writes under the pseudonym of Freida Marie Crump.

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History/Music/Theater/Arts/Literature | K - Adult | Theme Based or Pure Entertainment