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About The Players

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Corbie Dorner has been entertaining people with his music for over 30 years and has toured with various acts, performing across Canada from BC to NS and as far south as Memphis, Tennessee. Apart from his role as a high school music teacher in Airdrie, Corbie is the Piano Director at Aussie Rules Piano Bar and has been a regular performer there for over 11 years. He still enjoys performing and can learn anything you throw at him… he just won’t remember playing it immediately after.

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Keith Floen is a CCMA nominated keyboard player. A veteran professional musician in and around Calgary for over 35 years, Keith has had the pleasure of working with many great artists, including Tom Jackson, Johnny Reid, Charlie Major, Jim Cuddy, Carolynn Dawn Johnson, Susan Aglukark, Patricia Conroy, Ian Tyson, Paul Brandt, Farmers Daughter, and Lisa Brokop. He is also a founding member of the folk group, The Travelling Mabels.

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Born in Montreal and hailing from New Brunswick Serge Soucy has lived a life of music that has taken him all over the world. He has recording credits as well as touring in original groups and cover bands. One of his proudest moments was playing for the Canadian Armed Forces in Cancun tours, Kandahar, Afghanistan and Alert Bay, Canada. These days, he can be found in a variety of settings throughout western Canada. He loves to sing for people, it gives him a rush to give them the gift of music.

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Kate LaRocque is a dynamic pianist singer from Lethbridge with a deep love for pop music. For over 20 years, she has worked as a piano entertainer throughout British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. But when she first dipped her toe into dueling pianos in 2012, she knew she was hooked. With Howl at Sea on Norwegian Cruise Line, Kate has delighted in entertaining guests as they crossed the Atlantic and travelled around the Mediterranean. She loves getting the crowd going and bringing people together through a joint love of music and fun.

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Madi Allen is a local Calgarian who has been dueling pianos since 2012. Madi is a certified Music Therapist, MTA, and spends her days working with clients, using music therapeutically with a variety of populations in Calgary. By night, Madi enjoys playing with various cover bands, singing at weddings, and of course, taking requests at Aussie Rules. Madi is a vibrant part of the dueling scene, and will have you clapping, and singing along to anything from Elton John to Dolly Parton, to Bruno Mars!

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Jess Dollimont is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter from Treaty 7 Territory. Her diverse musical interests and endeavours have given her the opportunity to perform on stages and in studios across Canada and the United States. Jess has been ‘duelling’ at the pianos now for over a decade. Jess is passionate about the ways that music sparks joy, builds community and connects people – and her effervescent love of music and people is conveyed in every performance.

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Cal Toth is a high energy piano player with a passion for entertaining and love of music that comes to life every time he’s on stage. With decades of experience, Cal has performed piano shows across Canada, USA, and aboard cruise ships all over The Mediterranean, Mexico and The Caribbean. Cal loves to entertain audiences and be part of the party every show!

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Basically, throw Elton John, John Legend and a 90s rap mixtape in a blender and you get Calgary-based performer & entertainer Jesse Peters. His high-energy and interactive shows have wowed audiences all over Canada, the United States and across the Pacific while on tour in China. Signed to Sound of Pop publishing, Peters has secured song placements on the following shows:  Global’s Family Law (2021), Syfy’s Bitten (2013), Showcase’s Continuum (2013), and CBC’s Arctic Air (2013).

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Calgary Piano Bar Entertainer Chance Devlin has been playing parties since 1998, and was among the first piano players to rock the house at Aussie Rules.  He loves to play house parties, weddings and big galas, and with a repertoire of over 2000 songs, he’s ready to take your request! Chance’s first steady gig was as Musical Director for Swing Night at the Palace with his 8-piece horn band “The Livin’ In Swing Orchestra” where he learned how to write arrangements and direct a big band. Their song “Year 2000” was a cult-hit among computer programmers hired to avert the Y2K crisis that never really happened.  Chance has a passion for performing live, and is always learning new songs to get the crowd going.