has been performing since the late 1980s and is a veteran and pioneer
of the dueling piano bar circuit. Early on, he learned his craft
playing in nightclubs alongside jazz and blues legends like B.B.
King, James Cotton, Ronnie Earl, Woody Herman and Robert Lockwood
Detroit Free Press recently wrote that Gary captivates the
audience with "the manic drive of a pair of caffeine-fueled
Jerry Lee Lewises, interspersing their musical selections with rapid
fire one liners."