Where Everybody Knows Your Name is the theme song from the TV sitcom named Cheers.
Cheers is an American TV series, popular from 1982 to 1993, having a total of 275 half-hour episodes and 11 seasons.
The sitcom was produced by Charles/Burrows Productions in association with Paramount Network Television and was set in a bar named Cheers Beacon Hill, located in Boston.
The relaxation of the show comes from the locals meeting there to drink, relax and socialize.
The main characters of the movie were played by Ted Danson, Shelley Long, Nicholas Colasanto, Rhea Perlman, George Wendt, and John Ratzenberger.
Where Everybody Knows Your Name is its theme song and was written and produced by Gary Portnoy and Judy Hart Angelo.
The song was performed by Portnoy in 1982.
The free Where Everybody Knows Your Name piano sheet music has a length of 2:28 minutes and was released in August 1982, as part of the album named Music from Cheers.
The finalized version of the theme song was recorded on the 13th of August 1982 at Paramount Pictures in California.
The song was also recorded in a longer version that reached the British pop charts and the full-length version was made available on Gary Portnoy’s album named Keeper, in 2004.
The song reached number 83 in the US Billboard Hot 100 and 58 in the UK Singles.
Once released, the free Where Everybody Knows Your Name piano sheets had really nice success, receiving an Emmy Award nomination in 1983 for Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics.
In 2011 was also voted as the best TV theme of all time and in 2013 it was named the greatest TV theme of all time by the editors of the TV Guide magazine.
The theme song is considered to be cheerful, with great lyrics and good inspiration.
We encourage you to try this beautiful song at your own piano at home, with the help of the materials that you can find on this page.