David Scheel is a true Australian success story. So much so that he is regarded internationally as one of the finest solo musical comedy performers in the world.
David first tasted success in England, starring in the famous satirical News Revue in London's West End.
He then turned to devising solo shows, and the result was DON'T SHOOT ME, I'M ONLY THE PIANO PLAYER.
An instant hit, sell-out London performances were followed by three consecutive Edinburgh Festivals, and the critical acclaim that goes with them. Not surprisingly, David soon found himself a regular on British TV and radio, in addition to touring widely to some 30 countries.
In his concerts you can expect to hear anything from a well-known folk tune played in the styles of various famous composers plus an i-Pod mini, two different pieces played with different hands at the same time, and a medley of the 20 worst tunes ever written.