Jesse has been described as a "one man dueling piano show." He brings a high energy, interactive and crowd-oriented performance, mixing audience requests and original (sometimes improvised) material. This ain't no lounge act.
The show can feature anything from classic retro jams to Top 40 to on-the-spot mashups, freestyles and beatbox sessions. No two shows are ever the same!
Happy hour with your bearded fave :)
Jesse Peters live @ Hayden Block in Kensington. 18+, No Cover
Requests, Originals, Freestyles and an all-around good show
All-ages Dueling Piano show - tickets: $10 Proceeds to towards treatment for my son Bennett:
I shared a little bit about this on my livestream last week. Many you know that our fam has been on a real journey with our youngest son. We're finally at a point where he is getting the treatment he needs but it is super expensive. The short version of this is that our youngest son, Bennett, has been diagnosed with PANS (Pediatric Acute Neuropsychiatric Syndrome). In basic terms, he has chronic inflammation caused by multiple infections, which have caused his immune system to impact his brain in multiple ways negatively. This has led to cognitive regression, tics, ocd, and sensory and energy regulation. It is treatable, and he can recover most (if not all) of the neurological function he lost.
Dueling Piano Kings feat. Jesse Peters are part of the entertainment at "Drop the Mask YYC." Drop the Mask YYC is fundraising gala in support of mental health awareness, with proceeds going to the Canadian Mental Health Association - Calgary Region. The event has been timed to coincide with the ending of COVID-19 restrictions, and has been named as an homage to this timing - as well as encouraging attendees and donors to drop the metaphorical "mask" we all wear when it comes to our mental health. Drop the Mask YYC aims to take what is typically a solemn topic and create a fun atmosphere where mental health becomes approachable and easier to talk about.