From the 2018 "Dust Dance” Europe Tour
Tri - Continental - Voodoo King
Bill Bourne - guitar, vocals / Lester Quitzau - guitar, vocals / Madagascar Slim - guitar, vocals / Michael Treadway - drums, percussion, vocals


Recorded: Norderstedt, Music Star 31-8-2018 http://www.harksheide.de
Cameras: Günter Neitzel, Heiner Lahn, Kai Höger, Wolfgang Sedlatschek
Lighting: Ulf Woitakowski / Live Mix: Jörg Mohr

 
 


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MEDIA REVIEWS

Edmonton Journal
ROGER LEVESQUE Updated: March 5, 2019

Edmonton's exotic exports Tri-Continental reunite with fresh tunes, youth injection.

“We were on a hiatus for eight years until 2017 and after a few gigs together again it seemed like the right time to make another record. Michael is just a fabulous guy and a great drummer, and he’s in his thirties, so it’s kind of an injection of youth into the whole equation too.” Bill Bourne
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Penguin Eggs
Published Issue No. 80 Winter 2018 in Reviews
By Barry Hammond

The latest Tri-Continental CD (they’ve had at least four previous: Live, Drifting, Tri-Continental and Let’s Play) on what these three guitar players/singer/songwriters do best: fluid, fairly heavy electrifies blues augmented by acoustic playing here and there.
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Roots Music Canada
Album Review – Dust Dance
By Heather Kitching on October 16, 2018

“Always leave ‘em wanting more,” they say. 

I think it’s fair to say that that’s exactly what Tri-Continental did around 2010 when, after four albums and a Juno victory for their self-titled debut, the members each quietly returned to their formidable solo careers.

But well over a decade after their last recording, more has finally arrived in the form of Dust Dance, an album that picks up where 2004’s Drifting left off, seemingly without missing a beat. Read More …


Toronto Blues Society 
Published on August 1, 2018 in 
John's Blues PicksNews

It has been some years since a recording by these three players together. Bill Bourne, Lester Quitzau and Madagascar Slim (Randriamananjara Radofa Besata) each have separate careers loosely characterized as folk, blues and world music respectively, although each would probably be upset at being so labelled. Read More …

 
Tri-Continental thanks The SOCAN Foundation for their partnership and support over our long career in music.

Tri-Continental thanks The SOCAN Foundation for their partnership and support over our long career in music.