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They’ve sold millions of albums, and the songs say it all - Spaceship Superstar, Armageddon, Take Me Away, Young & Restless, Flying, Take Me to the Kaptin, Night to Remember and others - all Canadian rock standards.

Winning every award along the way, including Junos for Album and Group of the Year, Prism’s ongoing draw as a live attraction is the stuff of legend. The band rocks with an energy matched only by their exciting showmanship.

Founding member Al Harlow’s explosive stage presence and songwriting keeps guiding the evolution that is Prism.

This year is proving to be Prism’s best yet, with stellar concert reviews and new album release “Big Black Sky”. The best may be yet to come.

What the critics are saying:

“Solar-powered laser-beam guitar! …Prism worked up the crowd of 1,000 Friday night at the CN Centre with some classic Canadian rock.

These guys are worthy Canadian rock pioneers and deserve to still be on stage bashing out tunes like Armageddon and Spaceship Superstar… Natural leader Al Harlow …did the group proud. He also lit up a slide blues solo that brought down the house. They are a professional band with a list of hits and a history of success that should not be underestimated.” (Prince George Citizen)

“Prism first unloaded ten chestnuts spanning Spaceship Superstar, Flying, Night to Remember, Take Me Away, Young & Restless, Take Me to the Kaptin to Armageddon. Highlights included Gary Grace’s drum solo and duo guitar work between hambone Harlow and axeman Steve-O… In all the evening was a well-orchestrated rock down memory lane…rating: 8.5 earplugs out of ten.” (News Leader, Vancouver Island)

What the audience is saying:

WOW & WOW again...the shows were awesome this last weekend. Rock on PRiSM, you rule!!! (Roger, Williston ND, USA)

You were Fantastic. Thanks for the Great Show, and the memories. (Wayne, Long Beach, CA)

Every time I see you perform it's like I'm seeing you for the first time. Your performance at the Stampede was definitely a "Night to Remember". (Rick, Calgary, AB)