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About The Players

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Corbie Dorner has been entertaining people with his piano playing and voice for over 30 years. He has studied jazz piano at MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta and St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Between studying he has toured with various acts, performing from Vancouver, British Columbia to Halifax, Nova Scotia.

He has been a regular performer at Aussie Rules for over 5 years and lives to entertain the crowds. “If the audience has a great time, then I have a great time.” One of his superpowers, aside from needing very much sleep is his ability to play and sing ANYTHING he hears! You can hear more at:

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Jesse Dollimont was born and raised in Medicine Hat, Alberta. She grew up in a home filled with music, surrounded by musicians. She found her voice as she sang along with legendary performers and songwriters such as The Beatles, Emmylou Harris, The Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, and Neil Young.

Jesse holds a Diploma in Vocal Performance (2009) with a focus on jazz and contemporary studies from Grant MacEwan University as well as a Bachelor’s of Music Therapy (2016) from Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, MB. Jesse has fronted a number of Edmonton-based groups including The Consonance, The Ospreys, and the Jesse Dollimont Quartet – lending her voice and musical ability to a vast range of styles from jazz, to bluegrass, to country to contemporary rock and pop. Each of these different acts have been featured artists at numerous western Canadian festivals, including the Medicine Hat Tongue on the Post Folk Music Festival, The Edmonton International Jazz Festival, Vancouver Pride, The Kaslo International Jazz Festival, and the Medicine Hat Jazz Festival. Throughout her studies in music therapy, Jesse was a regularly featured performer at The Red Piano Dueling Piano Bar and Bistro in Edmonton, AB. Now finally back home in Alberta, Jesse is currently working toward completing her music therapy internship at the Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary. Her areas of interest include pediatric mental health, oncology, traumatic brain injury, and palliative care.

Jesse is a passionate, energetic and interactive performer who’s vocal and instrumental abilities lend themselves easily to any number of styles and genres. She connects instantly with her audience and commands the stage with ease and a sincere joy that is contagious.

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In the world of music, there are two types of performers, those who play for themselves, and those who play for their audience, Jesse is definitely the latter. A fearless original, Jesse puts his blood, sweat and tears into a passionate piano-driven pop sound. At the age of 17 he received an award for outstanding musicianship at MusicFest Canada from the great Diana Krall.

After six years of recording and touring across Canada with the jazz group The Peters Drury Trio, Jesse decided it was time to pursue other projects and left the group in 2003. In 2005, Jesse resurfaced as the face and voice of Edmonton-based funksoul artist Paramedic. Both Paramedic’s debut album and sophomore album were nominated for Western Canadian Music Awards (2006 and 2009). He released his first solo album in 2011.

Jesse continues to work with other artists as a producer, songwriter and studio musician. His music has been featured on CBC, Showcase, SyFy and City TV. Touring has taken him all over North America and across the Pacific to China. Highlights have included the prestigious Glenn Gould Studio Theatre in Toronto, Canada, performing in New York City and a tour of major centres in China. For more info go to