The Troubs

HelllllOOOOOOOOOOOO, Cleveland!!

Tickets on sale NOW for Rik Emmett and Dave Dunlop at the Winchester Music Hall in Cleveland, OH

Two nights:  May 9 and May 10, 2013

Call the box office for tickets,

reCOVERy Room 9, the new album by The Troubs!

Recorded in the fall of 2011 at Room 9, the latest album features versions of nine classic songs including I Hear You Knockin’, Message In a Bottle, The Boys of Summer, Superstition, Always a Woman, Born to Run, I’ve Just Seen a Face, Have a Little Faith In Me, and Monty Python’s The Galaxy Song!

Now available on iTunes!

View full album details here!

We will be live-streaming our upcoming concerts at Tupelo Music Hall (Saturday Nov 12. 8 pm EST) and Club Passim (Sunday Nov 13).

Wherever you are in the world, you can tune in!

You can purchase online tickets for only $3 any time the day of the show at The show will not be taped, but you can watch it live in HD! Payment can be made using PayPal or a credit/debit card.

Special appearance by The Troubs in support of the CNIB (Rik and Dave hit the stage around 10pm). Tickets available at the following locations:

The Audible Difference
Brantford Music Centre
Jammit Music
Branch 90 Legion

About CNIB

CNIB passionately provides community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure Canadians who are blind or partially sighted have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life.


To enhance independence for Canadians who are blind or partially sighted and to be the leader in promoting vision health.


CNIB is a source of support, information, and most importantly, hope, for all Canadians affected by vision loss. Anyone can come to CNIB. CNIB is active in every region of the country, with staff and volunteers working in offices and often traveling to provide support to clients in their homes and in rural communities.

What They Do

The CNIB provides vital programs and services, innovative consumer products, research, peer support and one of the world’s largest libraries for people with print disabilities.

They focus on protection and prevention today, as well as on treatments and cures for tomorrow.