Domenic Troiano : his life and music / Doble, Mark.
Rock guitarist, composer, producer, and musical mentor: Domenic Troiano was one of the greatest Canadian musicians of his generation. Starting out in the 1960s Toronto club scene with Robbie Lane & the Disciples and Rompin’ Ronnie Hawkins, Domenic made his musical mark with the Five Rogues, the Mandala, Bush, the James Gang, and the Guess Who. Along the way, he would share the stage with legends like Eric Clapton, David Foster and Carlos Santana. What remained constant was Domenic’s desire to be the best that he could be: a guitarist extraordinaire, an accomplished composer and arranger, a musical explorer on a never-ending quest. Domenic Troiano – His Life and Music, captures his career and character, from his youth to his final days and his legacy. Featuring submissions from more than 180 colleagues, friends, family and fans, Mark Doble and Frank Troiano have thoroughly chronicled Domenic’s musical adventures as well as the profound influence he had on those he encountered throughout his career. With a foreword by fellow guitarist Alex Lifeson of Rush and a complete listing of Domenic’s discography and television film credits, Domenic Troiano – His Life and Music is an authoritative and comprehensive account—an essential reference for anyone interested in him and his work.