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Crocodile Rocks Official Site

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To Duel Is Cool!

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Crocodile Rocks

To Duel Is Cool


Open 7 Days a Week

Doors Open at 7pm

Piano Players Start at 7:30pm

Free General Admission with Local ID

Reservations Recommended


Are You Ready for a Croc Rockin’ Good Time?

We take our job as the only dueling piano bar on the Grand Strand very seriously.  We’ve got a show that will have you rockin’ from the minute you enter the doors.  Our audience directs the show with requests and participation, so whether it’s your first time or 100th, you will never see the same show twice!

Have a song you have to hear to get your party rockin’? You request it, and chances are, we'll know it!  (Guaranteed 99.99% of the time.)

Our setlist includes hits from the ’50s to the current Top 40, and our entire staff joins the party with top-of-the-hour performances that include everyone.

Are you looking to bring a group?  Call ahead and reserve your seat up front!

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$30 KEEP

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Meet the Players

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Mark Kaufman

Mark began playing piano and singing around the age of eight. Through his teens and early twenties, he was the lead singer and keyboard player in various rock bands around the Myrtle Beach area. At the same time, he attended college as a music major.


Mark played the piano at Dolly Partons’ Dixie Stampede for 7 years. He also played a variety of shows including The Shirelles, Little Anthony and the Imperials, Ronnie Milsap, Fabian, Crook and Chase, and others. Mark owned a recording studio where he engineered and produced many records and TV and radio jingles, and currently continues to write and record in his home studio. He has been entertaining at Crocodile Rocks since 1996 where he is currently the entertainment director.



No matter the reason, we are ready to party with you!  There is no party too big or too small for this dueling piano show, so call us today to book your next BIG event!

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Martini Bar


Contact Us

1318 Celebrity Cir CS3, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577, USA

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