Live Jazz on the Weekends

starting at 6:30pm

Dining out at One Eleven Grill Friday or Saturday night promises to be a deliciously, memorable night. You’re invited to enjoy a unique dining experience with dinner and a show in the iconic Old Brew Plaza, centrally located in Red Deer.

As the music fills the room, engage all 5 senses in a great restaurant with an amazing atmosphere and the best jazz musicians from our city.

The weekend “comes alive” at One Eleven Grill where you’re invited to accompany friends, family or just to stop by for a drink and entertainment at Red Deer’s only live jazz restaurant.

One Eleven Grill serves the best AAA Beef along with popular North American cuisine prepared in a simple elegant fashion. We use seasonal farm-fresh ingredients and feature an incredible selection of wine to choose from.

Join us for a great time this weekend at One Eleven Grill in Red Deer!

Calendar of Events

Live Jazz entertainment schedule

About the Artists

Cheryl Fisher

Hailed by the Montreal Jazz Festival as “one of the greatest female singers in the history of Canadian jazz,” Cheryl Fisher is also a composer and lyricist who has recorded six CDs under her own name.  A Global Music award winner for her latest disc, “Quietly There,” and voted Best New Jazz Artist by the Alberta Recording Industry Association, she holds a Bachelor Degree in Education (with distinction) from the University of Calgary and a Masters Degree in Jazz Vocal Performance from the University of Miami, where she also taught.  Her live performances and recordings continue to receive glowing reviews for their originality, emotional depth and outstanding technical excellence.  Her recordings feature the cream of the Canadian Jazz scene including such luminaries as Tommy Banks, P.J. Perry, Terry Clarke, Neil Swainson and Reg Schwager to name a few.  Her previous CD, “Moments Like This,” pairs her with two genuine jazz legends:  Five-time Grammy Award nominee Ira Sullivan and the Canadian Juno award-winning pianist Oliver Jones.  For this performance she will be accompanied by Morgan McKee on keyboard and Eric Allison on woodwinds.

Dean Pierno

Dean Pierno, drummer, percussionist, bandleader, has been making his living in music for over 30 years. Dean’s musical journey has included performances with: Tommy Banks, Gary Guthman ,The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Don Rickles Orchestra, The Louie Armstrong Tribute, Ekos (Edmonton Kiwanis) Singers, Ashley MacIsaac, Bob McGrath, Dan Akroyd, Bob Stroup, Sue Moss, Tyler Hamilton, Edmonton Musical Theater, Bjorn Thoroddsen (Reykjavik Calling), The Melisizwe Brothers, Dave Bennett, Rollanda Lee, Bobby Cairns, Alfie Zappacosta just to name a few. Fluent in all styles of music, Dean has recorded over 30 albums. He brings passion and enthusiasm to every tune.

Don Berner

Named one of the Avenue Magazine’s “Top 40 under 40” (2013), Bernerhas appeared alongside such notable jazz luminaries as P.J. Perry, BobbyShew, Hugh Fraser, Slide Hampton, Bob Stroup, Chu Cho Valdez, LewTabackin, Guido Basso, and Tommy Banks, Hillario Duran and commercialtalents Gino Vinelli, The Temptations, Dan Aykroyd, and E.C. Scott. Hehas performed at Edmonton’s Jazz City Festival and Yardbird Suite, beena featured artist at the Montreal Jazz Festival, and played Calgary’s“Beatniq”, Saskatoon’s “The Bassment”, Vancouver’s “The Cellar”, andnumerous other jazz clubs throughout Canada and the U.S. In addition, hehas performed on CBC’s “Hockey Night in Canada” and numerous radio andTV specials. A former Grant MacEwan Outreach instructor, he maintains abusy performing, lecturing, and teaching schedule. In addition to havingperformed with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Berner has released hissecond album, the critically acclaimed “Fortress of Solitude”,  histhird which was the subject of a CBC live national broadcast, and hismost recent one, “Love Letters to a Rat Free Capital”, which wasnominated for both an Edmonton Music Prize and a Western Canadian Music Award.

Claude Godin - saxaphonist

Performing NEW YEAR’S EVE 2020! A dynamic and versatile musician, Claude Godin creates mood and memories with music. He has performed, as an opening act and/or appeared with the likes of Bo Diddley, The Platters, Powder Blues Band, Jack Semple, Matt Andersen, Matt Minglewood, Kim Mitchel, Fred Eaglesmith, Ian Mitchel & the Bay City Rollers, Big Dave McLean, Amos Gareth, David Ward, Russell Broom, Donald Ray Johnson, J.W. Jones Blues Band, Elmer Ferrer, Kenny Blues ‘Boss’ Wayne, Legends of Rock N Roll, Tim Williams, just to name a few.

The Incredible Randi Boulton, as Canadian rock icon Tom Cochrane calls her, is a powerhouse singer, one whose voice seriously parallels those of her musical motivators: Melissa Etheridge, Janis Joplin, Bonnie Raitt, Jewel, as well as fellow Canadians Jann Arden, Serena Ryder, and Sarah McLachlan, and often finds herself compared to Adele.


Woodwind artist Eric Allison brings his Red Deer Trio to the One Eleven once again including keyboardist Morgan McKee and drummer Dan Barton.  They will be playing an eclectic mix of jazz standards, songs from the Great American Songbook, Brazilian bossa novas, with a bit of blues and funk mixed in for good measure.  Eric has been a professional performing musician for over 40 years and was a South Florida Jazz Hall of Fame inductee in 2012.  He has 3 CDs as a leader including 2 US national releases on the Contemporary label.  He and his wife, vocalist Cheryl Fisher, produce the Jazz At The Lake Festival in Sylvan Lake, now in its 18th year.