Immersive, improvisation, good times, and food? Oh, yes.

The improv and immersive event of the Peace has been announced for February 17 in Mile Zero.

Burn N’ Mahn are bringing their dynamic performance style and audience interaction to Dawson Creek. Each and every song is by audience request and feature a wide variety of styles, sounds and instruments as well as sing along and interaction with the crowd.

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No two shows the same

Brian Burn has been playing professionally for more than 30 years, touring Canada and the USA from end to end many times. He has been nominated C.C.M.A.'s Keyboard Player of the Year four times, and has won C.C.M.A.'s Back-Up Band of the Year twice. Brian also went to Afghanistan in 2004 to play for our troops. Over the years Brian has played with many artists including Julian Austin, Aaron Lines, Chris Cummings, Gil Grand, Gord Bamford, and Charlie Major. Jamie Mahn spent years performing in piano bars on cruise ships, extensively travelling from US ports to Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America. Jamie went on to playing and managing entertainment at duelling piano bars across the world including clubs in Orlando, Phoenix, Louisville, Holland and Singapore.

Collaboration

Brian and Jamie joined forces in 2013 to form Burn 'N' Mahn. With more than 600 shows together they tour and perform across Canada full time. In six years, Brian and Jamie have driven over 400 000 kilometers travelling across Canada, enough to circle the globe ten times. Together they have over 50 years of stage experience and their repertoire spans the last 75 years of music.

Burn ‘N’, Mahn goes February 17 at Dawson Creek Boston Pizza. Show at 8:30pm.

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