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Bob Egan

An Amazing Talent & Entertainer

For more than 30 years Bob has continually appeared at restaurants, clubs, private parties, weddings, and corporate functions in Bucks County, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Atlantic City, and New York.  He is an accomplished accompanist and musical director for vocalists and often works with other musicians — including several violinists for weddings and private parties.

Bob’s repertoire includes of thousands of songs from The Great American Songbook, Broadway, and Standards — straight through to classic Pop Hits of today and yesterday, Country & More! As an accomplished sight reader, Bob can also play light classical, opera, new age music and more.

Bob is best known for his singers open-mic nights, which he holds weekly at Bowman’s Tavern in New Hope PA, monthly at The Claridge Hotel (Atlantic City NJ), and in Asbury Park NJ at Moonstruck and The Asbury (Hotel) He also can be seen at the piano at The Nassau Club (Princeton, NJ).

He was also Entertainment Director, Founder, and Producer of the Cabaret at Odette’s, which ran for 19 years. He has featured such great performing stars as Margaret Whiting, Carol Lawrence, Larry Kert, Andrea McArdle, Karen Akers, Barbara Feldon, Roslyn Kind, Maureen McGovern, Ann Hampton Callaway, Lainie Kazan, Sam Harris, Kenny Rankin, and many more. He also was the creator of the famous piano bar at Odette’s, which ran for 21 years and was the winner of the “Best of Philly” Award for the “Best Piano Bar.”

Open Mic Night Party

Where “YOU” are the star!

Join the party, bring your friends and make it a memorable night! Come participate – of just sit back and enjoy the show! You never know who may show up!

Now in its 4th year (and approximately 250 shows later), “Bob Egan & Friends” continues online every other Wednesday from 8pm-9pm on Facebook Live (under “Bob Egan” or “Bob Egan Entertainment” or and YouTube LIVE! ** Search ‘Bob Egan Live’. On YouTube – you can always watch the show, even if you miss it while it’s live.

Tuesday Nights

Starting April 11, 2023
The Asbury (Hotel) 7 – 10pm
Asbury Park, NJ

Friday Nights

Bowman’s Tavern 8 pm – Midnight
New Hope, PA

Select Sunday Nights

VUE @ The Claridge 5-8pm * Returning March 19, 2023
Atlantic City, NJ
Moonstruck 6-9pm
April 16, May 21, June 18, Sept 10, Oct 29, Nov 19, & Dec 17
Asbury Park, NJ


Bob can be seen in so many different venues – from merely background piano, to his popular ‘open-mic’ formats where everyone is invited to participate. Want to have a sing-a-long, Bob’s your guy!

Bob on Disc

Interested in purchasing Bob's CDs? Contact him using the link below.

Purchase Informatioo


1. Forest Gump (Feather Theme), from the movie Forest Gump (2:13)
2. With One Look, from Sunset Boulevard 1993 – Music by Andrew Lloyd Weber, Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton (3:03)
3. When October Goes, Music by Barry Manilow/Lyrics by Johnny Mercer (3:37)
4. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square, from New Faces 1940 – Music by Manning Sherwin/Lyrics by Eric Mashwitz (3:34)
5. The Music That Makes Me Dance, from Funny Girl 1963 – Music by Jule Styne/Lyrics by Bob Merrill (3:12)
6. On My Own, from Les Miserables – 1986 Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg/Lyrics by Alain Boublil, Herbert Kretzmer, John Caird, Trevor Nunn, & Jean-Marc Natel (3:53)
7. Unexpected Song, 1985 – from Song and Dance – Music by Andrew Lloyd Weber, Lyrics by Don Black (2:52)
8. Since You’ve Asked, 1967 – Music and Lyrics by Judy Collins (2:15)
9. What More Can I Say?, from Falsettos 1990- Music/Lyrics by William Finn (3:32)
10. Chanson, from The Baker’s Wife – Music and lyrics by Steven Schwartz (3:02)
11. Song on the Sand, from La Cage Aux Folles 1983- Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman (3:12)
12. The Music of the Night, from Phantom of the Opera 1986- Music by Andrew Lloyd Weber/Lyrics by Charles Hart and Richard Stilgoe (4:49)
13. Try To Remember, from The Fantasticks – 1963 Music by Harvey Schmidt/Lyrics by Tom Jones (3:17)
14. Get here, Words and Music by Brenda Russell 1991 (3:55)
15. Not While I’m Around, from Sweeney Todd 1979- Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim (2:47)
16. One For My Baby (and one more for the road), from the Motion Picture The Sky’s the Limit 1943 Music by Harold Arlen/Lyrics by Johnny Mercer (3:48)
17. Time Heals Everything/I Won’t Send Roses, from Mack and Mabel 1974 – Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman (3:51)

Recorded at One Lane Studios, Langhorne Pa. November 1996 – April 1997 • Mastered at Morningstar Studio, Springhouse, Pa.


1. That’s What Friends are For – Carole Bayer Sager and Burt Bacharach (1982)
2. Storybook – Nan Knighton &Frank Wildhorn (1992), from the musical The Scarlet Pimpernel
3. Colors of the Wind – Alan Menken & Steven Schwartz, from the film Pocahantas (1995)
4. There’s a Small Hotel – Rodgers & Hart (1936), from the musical On Your Toes, and the film Pal Joey
5. Never-Never Land – Jule Styne, Comden & Green (1954), from the musical Peter Pan
6. Anyone Can Whistle – Stephen Sondheim (1964) from the musical Anyone Can Whistle
7. Someone To Watch Over Me – George and Ira Gershwin (1926) from the musical Oh, Kay! / Summer Me, Winter Me – Michel Legrand (1926)
8. You’re My Home – Billy Joel (1973)
9. Losing My Mind – Stephen Sondheim (1971), from the musical Follies
10. I Will Wait For You – Norman Gimbel & Michel Legrand (1965), from the film The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
11. My Heart Will Go On – James Horner & Will Jennings, from the film Titanic
12. This Nearly Was Mine Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II (1949), from the musical South Pacific
13. Stardust – Mitchell Parish & Hoagy Carmichael (1929)
14. Time to Say Goodbye – Quarantotto, Peterson, & Sartori (1995)
15. I’ll Be Seing You – Irving Kahal & Sammy Fain (1938), from the musical Right This Way / How Deep is the Ocean – Irving Berlin (1932)

53:21 total running time

Bob Egan, Twelve/25
A collection of holiday piano instrumentals

1. It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year – Eddie Pola and George Wyle (2:19)
2. Mary’s little Boy Child  – Words and Music by Jester Hairston (2:56)
3. Winter Wonderland – Words by Dick Smith, Lyrics by Felix Bernard (2:22)
4. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) – Music and Lyric by Mel Torme and Robert Wells (3;04)
5. Sleigh Ride – Words by Mitchell Parish, Music by Leroy Anderson / I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm – Irving Berlin (4:05)
6. Do You Hear What I Hear? – Noel Regney & Gloria Shayne (2:40)
7. You’re All I Want For Christmas – Glen Moore and Seger Ellis / I’ll Be Home For Christmas – Words and music by Kim Gannon, Walter Kent, and Buck Ram (4:12)
8. Santa Baby – Words and Music by Joan Javits, Phil Springer, and Tony Springer (3:10)
9. Grown Up Christmas Wish  – Words and Music by David Foster and Linda Thompson Jenner (4:20)
10. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! – Words by Sammy Cahn, Music by Jule Styne (2:23)
11. Merry Christmas, Darling  – Lyrics by Frank Pooler, Music by Richard Carpenter (3:05)
12. Mary, Did You Know – Words and Music by Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene / What Child Is This? – William C. Dix / Traditional English Melody (4:51)
13. Angels We Have Heard On High – Traditional French Carol) / O Holy Night – Adolphe Adam (4:45)
14. Hard Candy Christmas, from The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas – Music and Lyrics by Carol Hall (3:41)
15. The Prayer – Words and Music by Carole Bayer Sager and David Foster (4:01)
16. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, from Meet me in St. Louis  – Lyrics and Music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane (3:27)
17. What Are You Doing New Years Eve? – Words and Music by Frank Loesser (3;58)

Running Length 59:32

Recorded February 2000 at One Lane Studios, San Diego, CA

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