NYC Traffic verses the Piano Man
Not IN a New York Taxi, but along the NY Taxis and Traffic!
One of NYC's most famous piano movers begins his quest at a convenient Manhattan Mini Storage location. It's here that Colin Huggins, also known as the Crazy Piano Guy, begins his odyssey with NYC traffic when he retrieves one of his many pianos for a Music Under New York Subway show.
All Around NY His Piano is Moving
New York's Piano Man keeps his pianos all around the city at various Manhattan Mini Storage locations and the magic begins when he chooses a piano to play. While it might look like the piano has seen better days, any used piano would be happy to spend its retirement waiting in a small self storage unit for the next adventure to begin!
New York City Traffic does not Pause
Nor do they honk, nor swerve, nor even give a second glance as this dedicated local piano mover weaves his way through the sea of New York's infamous yellow taxis. The best of NY's traffic fights with the man powered piano mover, his precious cargo perched on a moving dolly.
How to Move a Piano in NY?
There might be easier ways, but there are no better reasons. When you hear the magic of NY's own Crazy Piano Guy playing along with his accompanying drums and Tap Dancers, you know that this Piano is truly moving!
"Crazy Piano Guy" Colin Huggins and Manhattan Mini Storage join forces to bring live music to the streets of New York.
Huggins has won over the hearts of NY with his musical talent. But the question he is asked most often is how he gets his full-sized pianos on to the subway platforms to begin with Although it's not easy to transport a piano, Manhattan Mini Storage has made it easier by providing free storage for Colin's pianos at locations close to his preferred locations.
Manhattan Mini Storage has been part of the Manhattan community for over forty years and is committed to helping New Yorkers live a more stress free life. Just ask Colin and his fans! For scheduled shows and locations, check out the calendar listings on TheCrazyPianoGuy.com or visit the Manhattan Mini Storage Blog for an Exclusive interview with Colin.