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      Corinne Plomish was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and is a musician/singer/songwriter who spans a multitude of genres having grown up with the likes of R&B, jazz, rock and gospel influences. Her voice is recognizable in these styles as an artful array of easy listening and intense presence; if you've heard her, you know what she can do.


      Her career spans a quadruple decade of commitment having worked with some of the best, including Dwight Yoakam, Dick Clark (American Bandstand...yes she did the show!), The Beach Boys, Dan Hill, Alfie Zappacosta, Billy-Newton Davis, Billy Preston, Arsenio Hall and Daniel Lanois (Peter Gabriel/U2/Bob Dylan/Emmy Lou Harris et al).


    Touring and live were her commanders so to speak as she continues to share her experiences both as a working musician/vocalist, and voice/jazz theory instructor. Her piano background (having studied with the Royal Conservatory of Toronto both in performance and music theory) and jazz harmony and arranging (Mohawk College, Hamilton, Ontario) has availed a wealth of experience as a musician and singer.


       As well as being an accomplished musician, Corinne is a music educator and served on Faculty at Mount Royal University (Calgary, Alberta) acting as Coordinator for the Vocal Department and a Voice/Theory Instructor for 10 years. 


      After re-locating back home to the GTA, Corinne currently teaches Elementary Music at King Alfred Academy Private school, Monday to Thursday.



      Her days at the infamous Grant Avenue Studios with famed and world-renowned Grammy-award winning producer Daniel Lanois, helped cement the place and time where she learned her craft and honed her skills as a performer and session singer.

     Corinne lent her singing talents to two of the award-winning GTA top 10 jingles of all time, 'Pizza Pizza and African Lion Safari'  in the greater Hamilton/Toronto area in the 80's.


     A royal command performance for Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson (The Ontario Place Forum in Toronto) is also among her list of achievements.


    With a multitude of credits to her name, Corinne continues to be an incredible live performer. A love of music is ever-present and her style displays a sense of undeniable seasoning. She will undoubtedly leave an impression of deep commitment to her craft, clearcut musicality and steadfast ability both as a vocalist and keyboardist.


     Corinne's soon to be released book will be available in stores and for download, as she embarks on her love

of  writing and embraces her long-awaited career as author.



     Finally, when asked about her life, her successes and losses, she simply says that once you acknowledge Who is in control of your life, you no longer have regrets.  Her faith in Jesus Christ is undeniable and she eloquently states that because of it, she survived what could have had a very different outcome. "As a believer, we know that God wants the best for us. Twists and turns at times have felt like a storm of uprecedented force, but knowing that it's His ship, that He knows what I need, where I'm going and how to get me there, it's easy to leave it all up to Him.  And thank Goodness for that!"


"The journeys are for us to live and experience. What a thrill to do what you love!"




Artists and Touring/Concert Halls 


Daniel Lanois

Dan Hill 

Arsenio Hall

Keifer Sutherland

Dwight Yoakam

Martin Short

Dick Clark 

The Boss Brass

Billy Preston 

Tommy Banks 

Parachute Club

Alfie Zappacosta

Billy Newton-Davis

Air Supply 

The Oakridge Boys

Don Thompson 

The Beach Boys

Deborah Cox 

Martha and the Muffins

Honeymoon Suite

Andrea Martin (SCTV) 

Ed Bickert

Tommy Banks 





American Bandstand (Los Angeles)

The Arsenio Hall Show (Los Angeles) 

Solid Gold (Los Angeles) 

Royal Command Performance (w/Prince Andrew

& Duchess of York) 

(Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

The Elwood Glover Show (Toronto) 

The Tommy Banks Show (Edmonton, Ab.)

Juliette Show (Toronto) 

CBC's Right On w/ Martin Short... (Toronto) 





7-Up (National Ad)

Toronto Eaton Centre 

Molson Indy 500 (Montreal)

Flamborough Downs (Hamilton)

Starburst Candies (National Ad) 

Royal Bank (Toronto)

Calgary Co-op (Alberta) 

Canada Trust (Toronto)

Pizza Pizza (Ontario) 

African Lion Safari (Ontario)

Edmonton Power (Alberta) 

Sounds Around (Calgary) 

Parkland Mall (Edmonton)

Fairview Mall Kitchener (Ontario)

Limeridge Mall Hamilton (Ontario) 

The Centre Mall Hamilton (Ontario)

Jackson Square Mall (Hamilton, Ontario)

Downtown Dundas (Ontario) 

Fairweather Retail Store (Ontario)

Goodies Seafood Cafe (Buffalo N.Y.) 

To name a few... 

Meridian Hall      TORONTO, CANADA.
Paramount Studios LOS ANGELES, CA.
Calgary Saddledome  CALGARY, CANADA.

The Greek Theatre     LOS ANGELES, CA.
The Front Row Theatre   OHIO, U.S.A.
Ontario Place Forum    TORONTO, CANADA.
Massey Hall     TORONTO, CANADA.
The Misty Moon    HALIFAX, N.S. CANADA.
Roy Thomson Hall     TORONTO, CANADA.
Centennial Hall        LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA.
The Jack Singer Concert Hall   CALGARY, CANADA.
The Jubilee Auditorium    CALGARY, CANADA.
Oscar Peterson Auditorium    MONTREAL, CANADA.
Pan Pacific Centre    VANCOUVER, CANADA.
Wolf Performance Hall    LONDON, ONTARIO CANADA.

Corinne Plomish

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Corinne Plomish is a musician/singer[1]/songwriter and music instructor, whose credits include, Amercian Bandstand, The Arsenio Hall Show, Solid Gold, CBC's Right On with Martin Short, The Elwood Glover Show, The Tommy Banks Show, The Juliette Show and numerous other appearances. Plomish's roots are steeped in R&B, Jazz, Gospel and Rock. She currently teaches music at King Alfred Academy Private School in the GTA.[2]



'Corinne Plomish was born on July 22, 1958 and is a musician/singer/songwriter who hails from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Her first television appearance was at the tender age of 10 when she performed as a vocalist on Bill Lawrence's Tiny Talent Time in Hamilton, Ontario. Later in her career her credits went on to include performing for His Royal Highness, Prince Andrew, and The Duchess of York (Sarah Ferguson) in a Royal Command Performance) at The Ontario Place Forum in Toronto, Canada with Canadian singer/songwriter Dan Hill/ and artists, Billy Newton-Davis and Parachute Club. Corinne's touring and working credits include the following: Dan Hill[3], Alfie Zappacosta, Air Supply, Martin Short, Billy Preston, Keifer Sutherland, Dick Clark, Arsenio Hall, De Barge, The Oakridge Boys, Honeymoon Suite, Andrea Martin, Ed Bickert, Dwight Yoakam, Jody Watley, Marilyn McCoo, The Boss Brass, Guido Basso, Don Thompson, The Beach Boys [4]Daniel Lanois. As well as live performances, she had a very successful career as a jingle singer in the GTA area. (Greater Toronto Area). She spent her early years doing sessions and singing jingles at the famed Grant Avenue Studios in Hamilton, Ontario with grammy-award winning producer and owner, Daniel Lanois (U2, Bob Dylan, Emmy Lou Harris, Peter Gabriel). Corinne was the lead singer on two award winning jingles in the greater Toronto area; African Lion Safari and Pizza, Pizza.

Plomish has appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show, Solid Gold, American Bandstand, The Juliette Show, The Tommy Banks Show, Elwood Glover, CBC's Right On with Martin Short, Bill Lawrence's Tiny Talent Time, Toronto's Breakfast Television, along with session credits that include Dan Hill, Billy-Newton Davis, Martha and the Muffins (Women Around the World At Work), Alfie Zappacosta (Quick Don't Ask Any Questions- Simple Words To Say), Canadian Jazz Guitarist and 2012 Hamilton Music Award winner Ralf Buschmeyer's Jazz CD Recording of the year, Renewal, co-writing three of the tunes on that album, Smile On, Good To Be True and Yes, Together. In addition, she wrote the music and co-authored the lyrics for the heartfelt "The Canadian Soldier" song. This is the Ice Age[5]

She has been married to Ralf Buschmeyer (Hamilton Music Award winner for his JazzSpeak CD in the instrumental category) for 16 years.      They have two children and recently relocated back home to their roots in the greater Toronto area where they continue to perform and teach music.[6]

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  1.  "GUNN Resonance Road (Nov 2011 issue)". Cashbox Canada. Cashbox Canada. Retrieved 2 August 2018.


  3.  "Corinne Plomish- Dan Hill". WN World News. World News. Retrieved 2 August 2018.

  4.  "THE DYNAMIC DUO REVIEW". Jazzyc. Jazzyyc. Retrieved 2 August 2018.

  5.  "Corinne Plomish (All Music)". All Music. All Music. Retrieved 2 August 2018.

  6.  "Musical duo reflects on lifetime of playing music". Calgary Journal. Calgary Journal. Retrieved 2 August 2018.




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