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Rik Emmett & Triumph

    Gil Moore        Rik Emmett       Mike Levine

      Drums            Lead Vocals            Bass

      Vocals                Guitar              Keyboards

"Allied Forces" Album (1981)

One of the most UNDERRATED rock bands from the 1980's.

The 80's rock-hair, the leather jackets, and classic MTV videos!

Triumph = Journey meets Bon Jovi

Triumph was formed in Canada in 1975 and had many rock hits between 1977 and 1988.

The band was inducted into the Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame in 2007,

into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2008, and into Canada's Walk of Fame in 2019.

In my opinion, this is the GREATEST rock song!

From the "Just A Game" Album (1979)

"Never Surrender" Album (1982)

Live Concert Performances

Classic MTV Music Videos

From "The Sport of Kings" Album (1986)

Their 80's Rock Ballard

From the "Surveillance" Album (1987)

From the "Thunder Seven" Album (1984)

Rik Emmett performs live on the Pepsi Power Hour on MuchMusic (Canada's MTV?) - 1987

Full Albums

Classic Hits (1977-1986) -  11 songs (55 minutes)

Full Album (1986) - 11 songs (43 minutes)

Full Concert

1987 - 10 songs (1 hr 30 min)... Cool Intro!

Triumph's YouTube Channel


2001 Documentary - Part 1 of 5

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Reunion & Legend's Award

ET Canada's "Biggest Bands of the 80's" (2015)

Canada's "Legends of Live" Award (*some mature language)

Canada's Walk of Fame Award (2019) - Triumph at 2:23 mark

Triumph's Website

Rik Emmett

"Magic Power" Acoustic Version - 2015

Discusses the song "Hold On" - 2016

Breaks down the double neck guitar - really cool!

Rik Emmett's Guitar Master Class

Duration: 1 hr 55 min

The Solo Artist

"Out of the Blue" - 1992

"Anything You Say" - 1995

"Too Little, Too Late" - 1999

Jazz Instrumentals

From the "Swing Shift "Album - 1997

"Three Clouds Across the Moon"

"Swizzle Stick"

"Key Chain"

Another Rock Band

From the "Liberty Manifesto" Album by the band Airtime - 2007

"River Runs Deep"


"Code 9"

The New Album

Rik Emmett & RESolution9

"RES9" Album Trailer (2016)

"Human Race" 

"End of the Line"

"Stand Still"

"Rest of My Life"


"When You Were My Baby" 

"Grand Parade" 

- featuring Gil Moore & Mike Levine 

Rik Emmett discusses each track of the RES9 Album (2017) - Really Cool!

Rik Emmett's Website

Rik Emmett discusses why he left Triumph and how the band Rush influenced the band. - August 20, 2020

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