Pianist and entertainer Jason Lyle Black is known for reaching over 30 million people worldwide through his clever and comedic piano music videos and amazing live performances. Now Black has partnered with Hal Leonard, the world’s largest sheet music publisher, on a new collection of Disney hits, Disney Medleys for Piano Solo, available on Black’s new online store, store.jasonlyleblack.com.
“It has been an amazing honor to work with Hal Leonard and Disney on such an exciting project,” Black notes. “Like all of us, I grew up loving the Disney classics. And since my first concerts years ago, I have made Disney songs part of the live experience for my fans. So to now be able to retell these songs, in a way personal to me, has been pure artistic joy.”
The book features 35 Disney favorites, arranged by Black into ten movie medleys for piano, ranging from “The Little Mermaid” to “Mary Poppins” and “Beauty and the Beast,” as well as newer favorites like his “Moana Medley.” The book is available from retailers nationwide, and autographed copies and gift bundles are available on Black’s new web store.
The reaction of the fans who have purchased the book has been phenomenal. Fans can now order piano-themed watches, neckties, and wristbands along with the Disney book, plus Black’s book Distinctive Piano Solos, featuring Black’s arrangements of songs by Maroon 5, Imagine Dragons, Taylor Swift, Michael Jackson, and other iconic artists.
See all of Black’s new offerings at store.jasonlyleback.com. For more about Black’s career, visit www.jasonlyleblack.com.
About Jason Lyle Black
Jason Lyle Black is an award-winning pianist, composer, and entertainer known for his performance on the Ellen Degeneres Show, and for having reached #1 and #2 on the iTunes and Billboard New Age charts with his original album, Piano Preludes. Also known as “The Backwards Piano Man®” for his musical comedy onstage, Black has performed in concerts throughout the United States and Canada, and on Fuji Television in Tokyo, Japan. Black is based in Nashville, Tennessee and managed by Scott Welch and Vinny Ribas.