Corinne Plomish is a musician/singer/songwriter 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, Rock and Adult Contemporary styles. She is also a music educator having served on Mount Royal University's Jazz Voice Faculty in Calgary, Alberta from 2008 to 2017 and The Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts Voice Faculty, (Hamilton, Ontario). Recently Corinne and her family returned back home to the greater Toronto area where she teaches music at a private school. Corinne continues to perform on a regular basis in many different musical settings. In 2020, she launched and is host of a new faith-based program, Faith and The Road Less Travelled that can be accessed via Facebook, YouTube and at www.corinneplomish.com
Corinne Plomish was born on July 22, 1958 and is a musician/singer/songwriter/music educator, 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, 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, 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 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 commercials 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
Corinne has been married to premier and award-winning jazz guitarist, Ralf Buschmeyer (Hamilton Music Award winner for his JazzSpeak CD in the instrumental category) for 17 years. They have two children and reside in southern Ontario, Canada. 
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