Brian has been playing professionally for more than 30 years. He started playing piano at age 4 and started playing with bands in high school. Brian has toured Canada from one end to the other many times and most of the USA. Brian has been nominated Canadian Country Music keyboard player of the year 4 times and won CCMA back-up Band of the year twice with the Austinators in 1999 and 2000. Brian also went to Afganistan in 2004 to play for our troops. Over the years Brian has played with many different artists as well as having his own band. Brian has had the pleasure of playing with the following artists- Julian Austin, Aaron Lines, Chris Cummings, Gil Grand, Beverly Mahood, Lace, Jason Mccoy, Gord Bamford, Dianne Chase, Clayton Bellamy, Jake Mathews, Charlie Major, and many more! Brian partnered up with Jamie Mahn in 2012 and they have since formed a partnership with Burn 'N' Mahn.
Jamie made his debut performance at the age of 4 singing at an Oktoberfest Celebration. His first impromptu piano show took place at age 12 at the Holiday Inn, Niagara, New York, where he entertained snow bound guests by playing their many requests. Jamie spent his teenage years playing guitar, keyboard, trumpet, bass and sax, gaining experience with his father's rock'n'roll band performing at weddings,charity functions and dances. Upon graduating from high school he formed his first business performing at nursing and retirement homes throughout Ontario while also touring and recording with his Alternative Rock Band. Jamie joined Carnival Cruise Lines at age 21 and for the next three years he performed in the piano bars of 10 different ships throughout the Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean. Three years in Dueling Piano Bars in the United States allowed him to gain experience in Orlando, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, San Antonio, Arizona, and Kentucky. Jamie's next venue was to take him to Holland and Singapore. While performing in Singapore he also played in a band for a weekly television show called, "Asia Uncut." Jamie returned to Canada in 2011 and settled in the Calgary area where he has been working with his partner Brian to perfect the dueling piano show Burn ' N ' Mahn.