Deborah Offenhauser

P i a n i s t / C o m p o s e r

About Deborah

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Deborah Offenhauser is a world renowned pianist with over twenty years as a professional entertainer. She has performed coast to coast in some of the best hotels and resorts in the country. You have seen or heard her perform on major television shows or with the glorious vocal artist Isola Jones of the New York Metropolitan Opera as well songbird Mark Preston, formerly with The Lettermen (see photos above).   Deborah’s also been on stage with  The Four Lads, The Moody Blues, The Diamonds, Frankie Laine and more.

She received critical acclaim for her first album “Nashville Bound“. Filled with country classics played in her unique style and original adaptations, it aired in fourteen countries on more than 60 radio stations within three weeks of its release. As a result of its success, Deborah then taped a one-hour television special which played to a worldwide television audience.

Deborah’s music has been heard on the hit ABC TV Show “Desperate Housewives”, along with “The Weather Channel”.   You just don’t know whether her music will turn up next!

Join the thousands around the world who have experienced the artistry of Deborah Offenhauser’s music!

Notable Career Milestones:

  • Opened or backed: Gabe Kaplan, The Four Lads, The Four Aces, The Coasters, Frankie Laine, Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Jerry Vale, Frankie Avalon, Johnny Lee, The Moody Blues, Bernadette Peters, The Diamonds, The Chevettes, The Irish Tenors
  • Pianist for Broadway tours of: Grease, West Side Story, Beauty and the Beast, A Chorus Line, Oliver, Sound of Music, Peter Pan, Nutcracker, Miss Saigon, The King and I, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Producers, Mama Mia, Hairspray, The Full Monty
  • Notable audience members have included: President Gerald R. Ford, Vice President Dan Quayle, Muhammad Ali, Billy Joel, Margaret Thatcher, Governor James Blanchard, Senator Barry Goldwater, Senator Jon Kyle, Tony Bennett, Carol Channing, Patrick Stewart, Governor Fife Symington