Live From Memphis Rock ‘N’ Roll Pianos and More is a unique music venue and restaurant inside The Shops at Dos Lagos in Corona, California.


Expect a wide variety of quality entertainment six days a week, from an all-request, sing-along dueling piano show to a headlining concert to a country band that’ll have you dustin’ off your boots for some two-stepping. Expect a mouth-watering menu, with craft beer on tap to wash down the Memphis burger and Folsom Pickle. Expect a friendly staff, affordable prices and the occasional celebrity guest.


Once inside Live From Memphis, the decor pays tribute to the city known as “the birthplace of rock and roll.” Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and Jerry Lee Lewis all hailed from Memphis, Tennessee. Live From Memphis has a modern but retro feel that brings the spirit of these legends and their place in rock and roll history alive.


Stake a claim on the corner patio, pull up a stool at the custom bar or snag a spot in the Gibson VIP booth. It’s all waiting in Memphis!





Live From Memphis Rock ‘N’ Roll Pianos and More started with the vision of Neil Morrow, who booked his first paying gig at 14 years old and hasn’t stopped playing music since.


The Anaheim native has performed around the world and shared the stage with the likes of the Beach Boys, John Stamos, Jerry Lee Lewis and Tom Jones – all of whom he remains friends with today. Though Morrow has played a range of music in his 24-year career, the sounds of one city have consistently inspired everything from his preferred playlists to his signature pompadour.


“I’ve always been infatuated with the music and history that came out of Memphis, Tennessee,” said Morrow. “I am very influenced by artists like Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis, who came out of Memphis on the Sun Records label.”


In summer 2013, Morrow decided the time was finally right to open a club of his own. With the dedicated team from Haymor Investments and some experienced partners by his side, Morrow began searching for the right location. Then the right location found him, after the folks at Dos Lagos caught wind of what he was planning.


“Dos Lagos saw something unique that would capture interest and draw people,” Morrow said. “They think outside the box, which is why we are a perfect fit for each other.”


Backed by a friendly staff and a handpicked team of entertainers, Morrow succeeded in bringing Memphis to the Inland Empire. Catch him there most nights, leading his band in a honky-tonk jam session or commanding laughs during one of his outrageous dueling piano shows. Say hello, give him a song request – just don’t touch his hair.