Donnie Kehr is a lifelong musician and American actor, having originated roles in Broadway's Jersey Boys, The Who's 'Tommy,' Billy Elliot and many others. His film credits include Jersey Boys directed by Clint Eastwood, Wall Street, Chaplin with Robert Downey Jr. and more. He has also guest stared in television shows such as House Of Cards, Gotham, Quantico, Dare Devil, Tales Of The City and has performed on the Tonight Show, David Letterman, Good Morning America, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Oscars.Kehr has sung on two Grammy Award winning albums The Who's 'Tommy' in 1993 (featured singer for Pinball Wizard) and Jersey Boys in 2006.
Donnie directs live concerts including "Rockers on Broadway" New York Concert Series, The 15th Anniversary Reunion Concert of The Who's T'ommy' on Broadway, and the opening ceremonies for the 2009 Maccabi Games at Madison Square Garden. He received a Best Director of a musical nomination at The Midtown International Theatre Festival in 2013. Currently Mr. Kehr is proud to be the co-creator & co-producer of The Greatest Piano Men.
Greg Ransom began playing the piano at 10 years old. Greg Ransom's vocals are exactly like Elton Johns naturally and Greg's piano playing is right on the money! Greg has the ability to make you believe that you're at an Elton John concert. If you were to attend an Elton John concert today, you would miss seeing the plumage and costumes of yester year.
Pete Peterkin, a singer, actor, dancer, comic, impressionist and multi-instrumentalist as well as a writer of literature and song Mr. Peterkin's services are in constant demand year round. He is a songwriter and a self-taught R&B/jazz guitarist (among several other instruments). Singing led him into impressions (over 200 and counting) as well as acting. Subsequently he was able to obtain roles in several stage and television productions usually cast as a legendary entertainer. In 2009 after being seen by over 100 million as a finalist on America's Got Talent as "The Rock & Roll President".