RIK EMMETT On Collaborating With ALEX LIFESON & JAMES LABRIE: “That Was Probably One Of The Greatest Days In The Studio In My Life”

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In the realm of hard rock and guitar virtuosity, few names resonate as profoundly as Rik Emmett.

Renowned for his masterful fretwork and distinctive vocals, Emmett has left an indelible mark on the music world through his solo career and tenure with the iconic Canadian rock band Triumph. Recently, he unveiled “Diamonds – The Best of the Hard Rock Years 1990 – 1995,” a compilation featuring tracks from his first three solo releases alongside two previously unreleased gems, fans can go on a sonic journey through Emmett‘s evolution during this dynamic period.

In an interview, with Sonic Perspectives collaborator Rodrigo Altaf, Rik graciously offered insights into the compilation and his illustrious career. Reflecting on the selection process behind the album’s tracklist, Emmett delved into the creative process that fueled his solo endeavors during the early ’90s. From the raw energy of “Absolutely” to the introspective musings of “The Spiral Notebook,” each song encapsulates a distinct facet of Emmett‘s multifaceted artistry, promising listeners a captivating auditory experience.

Beyond his musical exploits, Rik Emmett candidly addressed personal challenges, including his health journey and his tenure as a music teacher. Despite facing obstacles, Emmett‘s passion for music remains undiminished, evident in his commitment to sharing knowledge and inspiring future generations of musicians.

The conversation also touched on tour plans and the prospect of live performances – as his fans eagerly awaited the opportunity to witness Emmett‘s electrifying stage presence once more. Watch or listen to their conversation below, and remember that for more interviews and other daily content, follow us on Facebook, Flipboard, and Twitter, or subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified about new content we publish on a daily basis.


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