Squeek’s video collection is a fun and amazing journey through time — from a video Christmas Card with the Philadelphia 76ers to How to Move a Piano to West Coast Ragtime Festivals. We think it’s time to share these long-hidden gems with the world along with her more current recordings. We will continue to post new ones throughout the year. Take a look by clicking the link below. Enjoy!
Friday, November 18th – Sunday, November 20th
The 36th Annual Ragtime Festival will be held LIVE at the Marriot Rancho Cordova. Check out the West Coast Ragtime Website for all of the details. Look for Squeek Steele in the Solo Performers schedule among an amazing array of fellow Ragtime players!
Order your Festival Badge(s) early — Prices increase November 1st, 2022 — Click the link below for all of the details. Go to “Quick Links” > “Get Badges & More” to reserve your badge.
Reno is ARTOWN during the month of July and Squeek is a presence each year. Here’s a peek at the 2022 scene:
Squeek plays regularly at the Bucket of Blood Saloon in Virginia City. Most months you can find her there Friday through Monday. Her performance dates and times vary, so be sure to take a look at her Public Appearances Calendar before you make the trek up to the historic mining town.
When Squeek needs to move your piano from one venue to the next in Virginia City, Nevada, she just calls on a few friends and makes a show of it.
This video documents a little roadshow from Piper’s Opera House on B Street down to the Bucket Of Blood on C Street.
The East Coast and West Coast premieres of Squeeky Keys, a documentary about Squeek and her journey to become a World Record Holder for the most songs played on Piano from memory were a huge hit. Whether you know Squeek or not, it’s an amazing and uplifting tale of one woman’s dream and how she came to realize it.
The 35th Annual Festival brought to you online by the West Cost Ragtime Society.
Premiers November 19-21, 2021
Old favorites and new artists. ONLINE and FREE!
Available Live on YouTube and to stream after the premier weekend. Check it out!
The story of Squeek Steele and her world record event.
Watch the documentary of Squeek’s Guinness World Record in 1988 for most songs performed by memory. “SQUEEKY KEYS” was directed and produced by Ginger Cook of BC Entertainment, and masterfully sets the scene and tells the story of how Squeek’s Guinness World Record journey came to fruition.
The 30 minute documentary can be streamed or downloaded for a small fee on Vimeo. It’s a fun watch!