5 out of 5. The very full Sound Academy saw a level of musicianship that is very rare these days. We had very high expectations for this show when we walked into the venue – not only were they met they were blown away.
The evening was billed as ” An Acoustic Night of Triumph…and More,” and fans could not have asked for more than what was delivered this past Friday night. A bevy of the Canadian Trio’s most well known songs were offered in a refreshed and acoustic format.
Jaimie Vernon (Cashbox Magazine) reviews the latest album from The Troubs. “ If you’re going to buy any cover albums this year, I suggest “reCOVERy room 9” if for the final tracks alone. Here’s hoping there will be a volume 2.”
Pavlo, Emmett and Lopez duke it out on Arden stage. Mar 03, 2010 | Review By Anna Borowiecki | St. Albert Gazette
“Music holds the secret, to know it can make you whole”. Those words are manna from heaven for Triumph fans. Summoned to Dallas for a rare Rik Emmett appearance, a small-but-dedicated crowd sang along as the Triumph legend brought smiles and laughter to the faces of everyone.
The Canadian rock and Juno hall of famer joined the orchestra, the Jeans ‘n’ Classics band and conductor Mitch Tyler at Centennial Hall Nov 13 and 14th. Read the Sun Media preview and Beat Magazine review (3½ stars out of 4) of the show!
The intimate setting of the Bear’s Den was the place to be Thursday night as guitarist Rik Emmett and his band delivered a tight set of Triumph classics interspersed with a couple of smooth jazz instrumentals and a fantastic cover of the timeless Clapton hit, “Layla.”