A relaxed evening. Cosy atmosphere, cool drinks being served and you can hear smooth, swinging piano sound. Some Boogie Woogie music reaches your ear, but the the melody somehow reminds you of “Black Sabbath”. Next, there’s a Bossa Nova, which strikingly sounds like “Megadeth”, but much more relaxed. At latest, after the funky-bluesy riff by “Rage Against The Machine”, you’re sure who’s hitting the keys:
George Heinle, Germany’s hardest bar pianist.
For the untrained ear, the timeless bar piano sound comes to your mind which has been practised for more than a whole century yet. But the Metal head constantly explores new, exciting versions of his favourite songs which he would never had expected to hear like this. Everyone enjoys the music.
Have fun with exploring and heavy greetz by heavy George.
Bang your Barpiano.
Metal, Hard Rock, Alternative and Punk, completely relaxed on the piano! Rammstein as Tango? Black Sabbath as Boogie Woogie? AC/DC as Swing? No problem!
No matter if old classics by Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, The Ramones, The Rolling Stones and Judas Priest;
80’s Heavy Metal by Metallica, Guns n’ Roses, Slayer, Testament and Iron Maiden;
Alternative sound from the 90’s by Rage Against The Machine, Green Day, The Offspring, H-Blockx and Nirvana;
Millennial bangers by Linkin Park, Papa Roach, Slipknot, The White Stripes and System Of A Down;
or hits from the current Hard n’ Heavy scene by In Flames, Arch Enemy, Nightwish, Amon Amarth or Alestorm – everything is possible!
Who believes that only softies play the piano, is completely wrong!
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George Heinle, born in Heidenheim a.d. Brenz and educated in Regensburg, both towns located in South Germany, is a professional Rock, Pop and Jazz musician with national and international live and studio experience, from exclusive corporate evnts (e.g. Vissmann) up to big festivals (e.g. Wacken Open Air).
Pianist, guitarist, keyboard player, E-bassist, hobby drummer, part-time singer, songwriter, arranger, choir and band leader and instrumental teacher.
Profession: “Staatlich geprüfter Ensembleleiter im Fachbereich Rock/Pop/Jazz mit pädagogischer Zusatzprüfung”, which literally means: “State certified ensemble leader in the field of Rock, Pop and Jazz music with additional educational examination”.
Or, in other words: musician.
Sure! You want to present your wedding or birthday guests some special music without scaring away your parents-in-law? Background music or concert-like?
Or you want me to perform as support act, sideshow/aftershow act or something similiar at your self-organised festival? Or you’re a club owner and want to try something new?
Or do you want some hard Rock music at your next corporate event, but without annoying the best mate of your senior boss?
That’s no problem at all! You can have me for almost all kinds of events.
Simply, give me a call or send me a text via phone/Whatsapp. You’ll find my contact in the footer.
I’m on stage for more than 20 years right now. With all kinds of bands and music projects, I have played numerous festivals (Summerbreeze, With Full Force, Supperrally and more), also entered well-known clubs (“Live Music Hall” in DE-Cologne, “Backstage” in DE-Munich, “Knust” in DE-Hamburg) and I have visited lots of cities all over Germany, plus Austria, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, France, Czech Republic, Spain, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Australia and Canada, including DE-Berlin, AT-Vienna, AU-Sydney, CZ-Prague, LU-Luxembourg, CA-Montreal, DE-Frankfurt am Main, IE-Galway, AT-Innsbruck, DE-Hamburg, CH-Basel, NL-Alkmaar and FR-Metz.
At these occasions, I’ve had the honour to find myself on the same billings as “Soulfly”, “Children of Bodom”, “Lamb of God”, “Emil Bulls” (tour support 2011), Marky Ramones (former “Ramones” drummer), “Knorkator”, “J.B.O.”, “Grave Digger”, Tarja Turunen (former “Nightwish” singer), “Flogging Molly”, “Caliban” and “Exilia”.
Furthermore, I have released several records, appeared at VOX (TV) and “Berlin Metal TV” (web TV), several radio stations (FM and web) and magazines like German “Metal Hammer”.