Spring Ahead to Robin Trower At The Paramount

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Huntington, NY (October 12, 2015) – The Paramount in downtown Huntington, Long Island, N.Y. is pleased to announce legendary rock guitarist and vocalist Robin Trower, who will be performing live in concert on April 16th at 8 pm. This will mark his second time performing on The Paramount’s stage. Robin Trower’s second solo album, Bridge of Sighs, which reached Top 10 in the United States, celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2014.


Tickets for Robin Trower will go on sale to the general public starting @ 10am on Friday, October 16th through Ticketmaster.com, charge-by-phone @ 800-745-3000 or The Paramount Box Office (open daily from 12 noon – 6 pm). Paramount Fan Club members may purchase tickets before the general public during the two-day, online-only, Ticketmaster pre-sale starting at 10am on Wednesday, October 14th through 10pm on Thursday, October 15th with password “PULSE”. To receive future pre-sale codes and event news for The Paramount, simply sign up on our website for our FREE e-newsletter today.


Robin Trower’s success started in the sixties when he surfaced on rock-n-roll’s radar with his band Procol Harum, but after five albums and numerous tours they disbanded in 1971. Trower continued his solo career outselling Procol Harum by a considerable factor. The success of Bridge of Sighs gave Trower the freedom to explore musically, creating hits such as “In City Dreams” and “Caravan to Midnight.”


The stadiums Robin Trower filled in the seventies may be a fond memory, but now matured fans will be able to relive the brilliantly soulful guitarist’s live concert with their children. Critics claim that, “Trower showed that he is still able to produce the sounds that once touted him as the ‘next Jimi Hendrix.’ From songs such as “Day of the Eagle” to the soulful “For Earth Below,” Robin Trower left his die-hard fans begging for more and seemed to inspire the younger crowd who had turned out to hear what the fuss was all about…. all left satisfied.”