Some visitors may already be performing in public with their keyboards, while others may only be thinking about a "career" performing. On this page you'll find links to web sites that are maintained by various professionals who keyboard entertainers.

Jim Eshleman

Composer, jazz/pop musician, professional DJ

For more than 40 years, Jim Eshleman or "Esh" performed on stages throughout the United States and established a reputation as an innovative and award-winning keyboardist, audio engineer, MIDI programmer and composer. He also gained high certifications in computer and network technology.

Esh retired in 2018 due to advancing stages of Parkinson's Disease. He resides with his wife Sheila near Atlanta, Georgia.

Scott Langholff

Virtual Band Keyboardist - State of the Art Technology - High Quality Music Entertainment

Scott performs in place of a band because with his background and state of the art keyboard equipment, he can authentically play most styles of music and make it sound like a variety of live bands. He performs according to the needs of each audience and setting. Virtual Band Keyboardist is a title that Scott coined that pretty much describes what it is he does. He sounds virtually like many different types of live bands. He is a one man band!

Note: be sure to check out Scott's Gig Disk page (which includes a Jukebox of some of Scott's songs) in the Styles | Gig Disks section and Scott's article on "Organizing Styles" in the Music | Articles section of the PSR Tutorial web site.

Scott Yee

San Francisco Bay Area Vocalist/Keyboard Musician

Scott currently performs on a Yamaha Tyros 5 keyboard, presenting an exciting "one man band" show featuring fresh renditions of classic pop standards. In addition to his heartfelt vocal delivery and fine keyboard playing skills, his ability to concurrently trigger the keyboard to produce an authentically live sounding 'back up band' (from intimate combo to large orchestra) makes his act extra special.

This page updated on February 15, 2024 .