Burn ‘N’ Mahn Dueling Pianos Extreme show coming to Ponoka

Show will be held at the Ponoka Legion on Jan. 25

A unique musical experience will take the stage at the Royal Canadian Legion in Ponoka.

On Jan. 25, Burn ‘N’ Mahn will present their Dueling Pianos Extreme show beginning at 8 p.m.

Brian Burn and Jamie Mahn are set to bring their laser light show with concert level sound and video projection screens, complete with all audience song requests and interaction singing.

Burn has been playing and touring for over 30 years, twice winning the Canadian Country Music Award for back-up band of the year and nominated four times for its keyboard player of the year. He’s been to Afghanistan to play for the Canadian Forces and has played with artists such as Gord Bamford, Gil Grand and Charlie Major.

Mahn had spent an extensive amount of time playing on cruise ships traveling North and Central America before playing and also managing the entertainment at dueling piano bars around the world. He returned home to Canada eight years ago to perform and work..

Then in 2013, the pair brought their talents together to form their current show, having travelled more than 450,000 km as they toured the country with their combined 75 years of music and 50 of on-stage experience.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online at www.facebook.com/pg/burnnmahn/events or, if available, when the doors open at 6:30 p.m.

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