This club was obviously named after Elton John's famous song Crocodile Rock, so it's appropriate that piano music is ... More
This club was obviously named after Elton John's famous song Crocodile Rock, so it's appropriate that piano music is featured. The catch, though, is that it features dueling pianos. The talented and outlandish dueling pianists take your requests and then add some fun and their own zaniness to them by challenging each other to a musical duel. This place is fun and a nice change from the sometimes loud and frenetic dance clubs.
Very entertaining. The 4 guys were all very talented and fun to watch and listen to. There interaction with the crowd and the crowd's interaction with them is very fun. It seems that everyone had a good time. The place was crowded, but still comfortable. People were smoking, but we didn't leave smelling of smoke. Had a great time.
didnt think that the staff or manager was very nice. The price of the songs kept going up and up!!! I know this is a business but not a very customer service place to go! cause if you didnt have five dollars your songs were not going to get played
Crocs was ok this year, service was good, piano playing great, need to add Danny, he is great, and the add of a violyn was super. Door staff was great and helpful. Too cold, I sugest if you all are hot move North!!!!!
My sister and I were visiting Myrtle Beach and went to Crocodile Rocks on Friday night 9-14-07. The place was packed and we had to stand for awhile before finding a couple of seats. We were still able to get a drink and enjoy the music while waiting to be seated. The waitstaff was very good and when we ordered drinks we were served pretty fast for the amount of people in the club. The piano players were great and got the crowd very involved in the music. We had planned on staying for an hour or so and before we knew it 4 1/2 hours had passed and we were still there having a great time. The age range was 21-65 and all seemed to be having fun. Thanks for a good time.
Mary from Milford MA
Live music from talented people made me wanting more. We were on vacation for a week and didn't hit Crocodile Rocks until Friday. I wish we would have went a few nights earlier. We returned Saturday night also. The piano players were awesome, funny and kept the entertainment coming.
We had seen one of the piano players previously at a putt putt place and he recognized us and dedicated a song to us. It was a pretty sweet time. The only thing I would recommend is get there early. Seats go fast. We had to stand but it was well worth it!
Fantastic club with something to offer everyone, regardless of age, gender, politics, or religion. Musicians are very good and work together well. There are many routines which are well rehearsed but the spontaneity and audience involvement makes the show. A variety of beverage and light food options adds to the overall experience. Most every time we have been has enjoyed a full house, with every seat taken, and standing room in the attic being used. But the heart and soul of the place is the music - a variety of oldies, country, rock, pop, soul, rhythm and blues, and almost anything you can think of are sure to delight every ear in the house. But remember - a request sent up without the obligatory five or ten spot is merely a suggestion. ...and be sure to look for your special greeting when you walk in the door - reserved especially for "new people"!
I would rather go to Crocodile Rocks than any of the shows in myrtle beach... the guys seem to have a great time and everyone there joined right in singing... the only complaint i had was that their drinks are way to high, but no more than anywhere else at broadway..
If you are looking for a cool bar to hang out at without all the rap and dancing check this place out!!!
We've been going to Myrtle Beach every year for the last 25 years. Alot to do but the adults need a place to party too. Crocodile Rocks is definitely the place! Get there early if you want a seat. You write a request on a napkin, add some money and give it to your waitress or take it up yourself. Depending on the amount you give determines how much and how good the piano players sing.
It's really fun and they play anything you want.
The guys that play and sing there are the best!
We'll be back there in Mid-August!!!!
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