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White House Pianist David Osborne
White House Pianist David Osborne

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AIR DATE: February 8, 2011

He's played for presidents at the White House, but you can catch him most nights for free at the Bellagio. Pianist David Osborne talks about his years tickling the ivories for celebrities and politicians alike, getting past Secret Service, what Dick Cheney whispered to him, and why former President Jimmy Carter wants him to play at his funeral. We sit down with David as he plays his Steinway at home.

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David Osborne, pianist

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Did David attend the University of Miami in 1970 as a music major?
Joe CastellanaApr 15, 2012 12:07:24 PM
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