A New Piano Shop & Live-Streaming Soundstage
Pianos for your event Our inventory is comprised of restored vintage American pianos and specialty acoustic mini-pianos. Our 3 pianos available for event rentals are listed at our website, and we offer affordable rates for full-service wedding/concert/event delivery.
Meticulous piano tuning, regulation, and moving
Our techs go the extra mile, taking all efficient steps and extras care to use what's in the piano to help it play better. We like to keep as many original parts as possible in the piano, replacing only when absolutely necessary. Reliable moving services at a competitive market rate within Central Austin.
Live Streaming Sound Stage
Featuring a wide open sound stage, backline including an in-house 1946 Knabe grand piano, bass amp, guitar amps, drum kit, etc... With a wide open stage, streaming with high quality mirrorless-SLR’s, live 16-channel mixed sound w/ DAW 24bit/48K recording, and a lil’ extra bass mixed for live shows for all the folks enjoying concerts on their tiny devices.
Cherishing vintage American pianos and bringing life back to your living room or studio!
While there are many gorgeous and beautiful new pianos, there is a special character and tinge to vintage pianos that can really sing and fill your soul with good vibes. We love our compatriots in the new piano sales world, but our specialty is restoring the life and brilliance to your instrument to extend the longevity and enjoyment of anyone who takes a seat at the bench.
~ Collin, E.A.P.S. owner
Live-streaming Concert Calendar
Keith Galloway is a songwriter, pianist, and producer hailing from Fort Worth. While studying Jazz Piano at the University of Texas at Austin, he began releasing music under the stage name KindKeith. While his released music is not jazz, its influence is undeniably heard throughout. His debut EP Phone (2020) received positive reviews, with it landing on Bandcamp’s Best Soul of 2020 list, and Austin Chronicle’s Top 10 EP’s of 2020. Rachel Rascoe from Austin Chronicle described Phone as “playful, blissed-out layers of genre-bending psychedelic soul”. His first album, Take What You Need, comes out May 7th and features performances from talented Austin musicians Ian Salazar, Nathan Walters, Greg Clifford, and Kinseli Baricuatro. instagram.com/kindkeith Grab tickets for the in-studio audience here
Doppel is a groove-based jazz band from Austin Texas. Their tumescent, melody-rich mandalas of sound feed adventure to the spirit, as one travels through the liminal landscapes of debut full-length Ensō(2020). It is the sound of mutual improvisation and creative-spiritual liberation. With passionate backgrounds in everything from B-Boy fashion and hip-hop to the exploratory rhythms of Jimi Hendrix, DOPPEL has a sound that seems both cosmopolitan at dusk and meditative in warm sunlight. DOPPEL is the German word for “Double,” and their unique and captivating sound is driven by improvisation-based compositions and their live use of looping. The duo is Jan Flemming on accordion, keyboards, and synths from Cologne, Germany, and drummer/percussionist Michael Longoria from McAllen, TX (the Rio Grande Valley). Releasing May 7th, their latest EP is “intermission”, “is a collection of musical mediations born through a year of quarantine. As a reflection of our experiences and solitude we evolved six compositions gathered on our new EP.” Jan Flemming – Accordion, Keyboards, Synths; Michael Longoria – Drums & Percussion; Sam Pankey – Bass; Charles Medearis – Saxophone; Ana Barajas – Vocals; Camille Schiess – Violin.
Justin and Leigh will play selections from their upcoming silent film score accompanied by Esquina Tango dancers Monica Caivano and Gustavo Simplis live in the studio!
In the fall of 2019, Charles was selected as one of six Austin-based songwriters to participate in the international touring and documentary film organization Project ATX6, and in 2019 and 2020, Altamesa was one of twenty bands nominated to Black Fret, a non-profit organization that awards grants to musicians. In the spring of 2020, Altamesa released their first new material since Idol Frontier in the form of a 7” single, “Interstate” and its B-side “Yellow Sky”, which were released on Mr. Pink Records, both with accompanying music videos. As of spring 2021, the band is putting the finishing touches on a new EP to be released on Mr. Pink Records.
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Micah Motenko, originally from the Boston area, is the lead vocalist, primary songwriter, and keyboardist of Motenko, but he’s first to admit it’s all a band affair. The Austin, Texas-based quartet formed in early 2018, and it’s a band of brothers whose day gigs are hired gun musicians. Together, they play a fresh but authentic blend of 1960s and 1970s soul, funk, and New Orleans inspired boogie. Until March, Motenko held a nearly 2 year long Wednesday night residency at the east Austin venue Stay Gold. Featuring guitarist Cat Clemons III, bassist Josh Flowers, and drummer James Gwyn, the quartet mines the interlocking ensemble mindset blueprinted by the great rhythm bands of the late 1960s and early 1970s such as The Meters, Booker T. and The MGs, and the great Motown pit musicians.
The band’s musicality is also informed by modern masters of soul such as producer J. Dilla, and the Soulquarians, the brilliant neo-soul collective the featured and worked with artists such as D’ Angelo, The Roots, Slum Village, and Erykah Badu. Self described as “groove-driven soul music”, Motenko’s self-titled 2020 EP is a chronological narrative inspired by a transformative time in Micah’s life. Check out their latest single release, “The Theif” at https://youtu.be/KmTYag18VH4
Stream in HD at YouTube.com/c/eastaustinpianoshop
One Set – 7:30pm CST
Micah Motenko – Keys, Piano, & Vocals
Cat Clemmons III – Gutiar & Vocals
Josh Flowers – Double Bass
Alan Eckert – Drums
Tune in on Saturday, December 5th at 7pm (CST) to enjoy another intimate performance by the incredibly talented Devin Gutierrez via livestream from the East Austin Piano Shop soundstage. This time, we are plugging in and bringing in some special guests to join Devin: local heavy weights Chris Maresh (bass) and Nico Leophonte (drums) will hold down the rhythm section, Paul Deemer on trumpet/trombone, and legendary pianist Red Young will make a special appearance to accompany Devin on harmonica. Be ready for some timeless classics, a few originals, and a little holiday cheer in full fashion for the whole family. This one is NOT to be missed! Livestream is free to the public; donations are encouraged!
Devin Gutierrez is a 21-year-old powerhouse singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, arranger, and teacher based in Austin, Texas. He is on the Autism Spectrum and was born with Optic Nerve Hypoplasia which left him blind. Music has always been his passion and lifeline, and he cites Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Donny Hathaway, and Ray Charles among some of his influences. Devin teamed up with the Music Moves Mountains Foundation to join in their mission of making music more accessible to those in need. The Foundation aims to help Devin and others get the musical support they need to be happy, healthy, hopeful and thrive in society.
Hear Devin here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRF9d_KE1qjqNVMx17vHCPHO3CaHogD5q
Follow Devin at https://facebook.com/devingutierrezmusic
Chris Maresh (bass) https://facebook.com/Chris-Maresh-212501188778969
Nico Leophonte (drums) http://alnicostudio.com
Red Young (piano) http://redyoung.com
Paul Deemer (trumpet/trombone) https://pauldeemer.com
The Music Moves Mountains Foundation is a perpetual series of projects, programs, and services utilizing the scientifically proven powers of music to change and improve the quality of lives. The Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that uses tax-deductible donations to facilitate its goal in making music therapy, music education, and community outreach more accessible to those in need. MMMF’s work is a vital resource that supports both the music community and our most vulnerable populations. Support the Music Moves Mountains Foundation by donating at https://musicmovesmountains.org.
About our sponsor:
Loro Management founders, Cris Flores & Paul Deemer. Latinx/womxn owned and operated. Austin based. Provides music business and creative consultation, as well as artist management and development. Supports local musicians and music industry professionals, and advocates for marginalized groups. Loro artist roster: Gina Chavez, Aubrey Hayes, Sheridan Reed, Elijah Zane, The Kraken Quartet, Todd Rogers, Paul Deemer. https://loromanagement.com/
Willy McGee is a songwriter and filmmaker that was born and raised in Austin, Texas. He grew up playing piano and guitar, listening to hand-me-down records of Willis Alan Ramsey, Leon Russell, and The Doobie Brothers. The thirty-one-year-old singer/songwriter has a voice reminiscent of some of country’s greatest, with its baritone register and raspy tone. His production blends country guitar sounds and blues licks with tinges of acid jazz and funkadelic rhythms to create music that truly stands in its own rite. In addition to recording an album with producer Andrija Tokic in Nashville, Mcgee has performed with many notable musicians such as Old 97’s, Rooney Pitchford, Daniel Romano, and Margo Price.
His latest released single, “Sunglasses” can be streamed from all major platforms including the music video: youtu.be/d8NEg3XPu50
One Set @ 7:30pm
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Monks Jazz’ founder Collin Shook celebrates the milestone of 4 years of concerts, with a livestream featuring his trio and special guests!
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Live from East Austin Piano Shop
One Set @ 7:30pm
Collin Shook – Piano
Sam Pankey – Double Bass
Daniel Dufour – Drums
Andre Hayward – Trombone
Elias Haslanger – Saxophone
Mike Sailors – Trumpet
Adrian Ruiz – Trumpet
Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Danny Malone is a singer & songwriter celebrated for his ultra-inward songwriting and lyrically captivating universe. Since his 2007 EP debut Baby Bleu, Danny has mostly performed and recorded solo enlisting help from friends as needed for live performances and studio recordings. For a short time in 2015-2016, Danny Malone existed as a trio that toured the US with Blue October. His most recent album, We the Tigress, They the Wildebeast, was recorded during this time, then re-recorded. When the band dissolved in 2017 the album was re-worked a third time and finally released in February 2020. Its debut is the catalyst to push Danny forward with plans to record another album of new work produced by Transient Mic, an Austin non-profit mobile studio dedicated to the preservation of sound recordings.
Austin keyboardist Connor Forsyth premieres a jazz trio featuring Joseph Nigel Frye on upright bass and Nick Hughes on drums. Known locally for his bands Belleville Outfit and Ghosts Along the Brazos, as well as sideman roles for Asleep at the Wheel and Ray Price among others, the trio looks to give an outlet to the more traditional swing and jazz repertoire he and Frye grew up listening to and playing together.
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Enjoying the stream in Hi-Fi on the big screen and larger speakers is highly recommended: youtu.be/bmtMdCxEU2s
Live from East Austin Piano Shop
One Set – 7:30pm CST
Austin, Texas based pianist James Speer combines the soul and character of R&B legends like Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder with the charisma and swing of modern troubadours like Michael Bublé and John Legend, performing a wide range of classic jazz standards, soul-infused rhythm & blues, and jazz-inspired reinventions of modern pop. Accompanied by drummer Robin Mordecai, Speer rolls out his numbers while singing and playing grand piano, bass keyboard, and organ keyboard.
James has performed and recorded with some of Austin’s best-known acts, including Bob Schneider, Monte Montgomery, Vallejo, George Devore, The Scabs, MC Overlord, Malford Milligan, Ady Hernandez and Tyrone Vaughn.
Live from East Austin Piano Shop
One Set – 7:30pm CST
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Join us for an intimate performance by the incredibly talented Devin Gutierrez via livestream from the East Austin Piano Shop soundstage. This will be a special treat to hear him play on a vintage grand piano bringing his originals and soulful covers to life.
Devin Gutierrez is a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, arranger, and teacher based in Austin, Texas. He is on the Autism Spectrum and was born with Optic Nerve Hypoplasia which left him blind. Music has always been his passion and lifeline, and cites Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Donny Hathaway, and Ray Charles among some of his influences. Devin teamed up with the Music Moves Mountains Foundation to join in their mission of making music more accessible to those in need. The Foundation aims to help Devin and others get the musical support they need to be happy, healthy, hopeful and thrive in society.
Follow Devin at facebook.com/devingutierrezmusic/
Support the Music Moves Mountains Foundation by donating at musicmovesmountains.org/
Tune in for Robert’s first concert from a venue since February!
Robert Ellis is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Houston, TX. His most recent album, Texas Piano Man, was met with critical acclaim. Of the newest album, NPR says “Dressed head to toe in a white tuxedo, Robert Ellis has now fully embraced his role as Texas troubadour, putting a little Gram Parsons-style honky-tonk into the bedazzled piano-pop of Elton John”.
Monks Jazz founder, Collin Shook returns with his trio, featuring Sam Pankey and Daniel Dufour, to present an evening of music with acclaimed vocalist and trombonist Aubrey Logan Aubrey Logan. In addition to sharing the stage with Dave Koz, Alabama Shakes, Meghan Trainor, Pharrell Williams, Josh Groban, and The Commodores, Logan’s 2019 album, Where the Sunshine Is Expensive, peaked at #1 on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Album Chart. Previously a resident of Los Angeles, Aubrey recently relocated to Austin, Texas.
More at aubreylogan.com
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A native of Buffalo, New York, Jonathan Deas began his musical career as the drummer in his father’s traveling gospel group, but after attending the Buffalo Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts, he discovered his love for the piano. Quickly becoming an in-demand player on the Austin music scene upon his arrival in 2005, Deas has performed with legendary artists George Clinton, Jon B, and Michelle Williams, and also…
Henri Herbert is a piano-playing phenomenon, and definitely one of the most sought after boogie-woogie blues piano men in the world. With over 50 million hits on Youtube, he tours all over the world and is fast gaining a reputation as one of the foremost performers, torch-bearers, and innovators of this style in his generation! He currently resides in Austin, Texas, where he holds a regular Tuesday residency at the legendary C-Boy’s Heart & Soul on South Congress. This concert is his first performance from a venue since March! More at henriherbertmusic.com —