Limitless The Piano Guys

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  • 1Something Just Like This / Hungarian Rhapsody03:53
  • 2Rewrite the Stars03:32
  • 3A Million Dreams04:44
  • 4In My Blood / Swan Lake03:56
  • 5Limitless04:30
  • 6DNA03:05
  • 7Walking the Wire / Largo04:18
  • 8Perfect05:10
  • 9Epiphany04:41
  • 10Flicker03:17
  • 11North Cape02:59
  • 12First Dance04:36
  • 13Miracles06:13
  • Total Runtime54:54

Info zu Limitless

Mit »Limitless« veröffentlichen die amerikanischen Crossover-Superstars »The Piano Guys« im November 2018 ihr fünftes reguläres Studioalbum. Mit den Tracks »Limitless«, »North Cape«, »First Dance« und »Miracles« gesellen sich zu ihren spannend Pop-Klassik-Mashups und raffinierten Arrangements bekannter Pop-Hits vier Stücke aus eigener Feder. Diese Kompositionen kombinieren Klassik- und Pop-Elemente und im Falle von »Miracles« auch große filmmusikalische Orchesterklänge auf einmalige Weise. Einprägsame Melodien und teilweise tanzbare Rhythmen verbinden sich mit atmosphärisch-stimmungsvollen Arrangements, großen Harmonien und virtuosen Instrumental-Soli.

Auf »Limitless« perfektionieren »The Piano Guys« ihren einzigartigen Stil, weltbekannte Pop-Singles in anmutige und berührende klassische Werke zu verwandeln. Bekannt für ihr herausragendes Talent unterschiedliche Genres zu einem überzeugenden Musikkonzept zu vereinen, startet das Album mit einem Mashup von »Something Just Like This« von Coldplay und The Chainsmokers und Franz Liszt's »Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.«.

Darüber hinaus bearbeiten Jon Schmidt und Steven Sharp Nelson Shawn Mendes' »In My Blood«, Ed Sheeran's »Perfect«, sowie die Filmmusik-Hits »Rewrite the Stars« und »A Million Dreams« aus dem Film »The Greatest Showman« mit Hugh Jackman und Michelle Williams. Mit spektakulären Musikvideos mit dem Flügel und Cello auf den Gipfeln des Grand Canyon oder auf der chinesischen Mauer spielend, sind »The Piano Guys« zu YouTube-Stars geworden.

Einmal mehr beweisen sie mit ihrem Album »Limitless«, dass ihre Erfolge auch wesentlich auf ihre enorme musikalische Kreativität und ihre Fähigkeit zurückzuführen sind, mit ihrer Musik emotional zu berühren.

The Piano Guys

The Piano Guys
It all started in a piano store in a little Southern Utah town called Saint George. Paul Anderson, the store’s owner, was looking for a new, unconventional way to market pianos. The name of the piano store? The Piano Guys.

Paul embarked upon a self-guided study of social marketing and started a YouTube channel and a Facebook page. He had seen videos “go viral” and was fascinated by this exponential phenomenon. He set out to engage potential customers with music videos that were entertaining and that showcased the pianos he had in his store – envisioning “viral videos” doing his marketing for him. Paul was an ambitious, talented risk taker and felt inspired that if he could find the right people to work with he could create the number one music video channel in the world.

In walked Jon Schmidt. Literally. Jon had built a career in solo piano performance and had a concert in the St. George area. He asked Paul if he could practice on one of the store’s pianos in preparation for his gig that night. Paul explained his idea to Jon and asked if he would be willing to be in a video promoting both the store and Jon’s music. It was a win-win. Jon brought so much to the table. He had experienced the “music business” first hand. He had a gift for combining multiple genres of music in such an entertaining way that he had captivated and captured a broad, substantial fan base.

Enter Steven Sharp Nelson. When Steve was 15 years old he met Jon when they had shared the stage at a concert in which they were both performing. Steve started joining Jon at more and more of his concerts. This rapidly grew into a great friendship and a complementary stage chemistry that had audiences in stiches and in tears in two songs or less. Steve was a multi-instrumentalist that had pioneered a new approach to the cello and to song writing. And his ADHD-fueled creative mind contained a queue of song and video ideas waiting to be produced. Then came Al van der Beek. Al showed up on Steve’s doorstep to help when Steve was moving in just down the street. Al had heard Steve was a musician and he invited his new neighbor to his home where he housed a decked-out studio. Steve and Al began writing tunes together and discovered a supernatural songwriting partnership. Al’s studio and his engineering skills were to become the most important music-writing tool for The Piano Guys, except of course for Al himself, whose innate ability for songwriting had an essential sleek edge to it.

Meanwhile, back at the piano store, employee Tel Stewart, who started as a piano mover, was just completing a degree in videography. His videography and editing skills rounded out TPG’s beginnings and made it possible to include special effects like the “Steve clones” and lightsaber cello bows! Jeremy Crawford, who also worked at the store, was arguably the best and most fearless piano mover in the world (at least as far as we know!) Without Jeremy, our Piano Stunt Coordinator, no one would have ever asked the question that we get so often, “How the heck did they get the piano up there?” Jeremy also stepped up to fill an important operations role as TPG grew so fast we couldn’t keep up. Shaye Scott, a friend of Paul’s, jumped onboard during the genesis of TPG and lent tremendous videography talent – a natural ability to capture the grandeur of nature, where most of TPG videos are filmed. Shaye’s entrepreneurial talent also ably aided the business side of TPG behind the scenes.

Our story is a miracle. We’re just a bunch of ordinary “guys” playing classically influenced instrumental music in videos that showcase incredible locations. And we’re doing well on YouTube?? There are so many coincidences that the summation of each circumstance transcends “happenstance.” We do not take credit for our successes. We cannot. To do so would defy reason. We thank God, our families, and the people who have supported us by sharing our videos, purchasing our music, and encouraging us through comments and messages. Our mission will always be to produce music videos that inspire, uplift, and make the world a better place. If we can make a positive impact in even one person’s life it has all been worth it to us.

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