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Friday, 11 May 2012


Harry T. Bluth: Vocal / Rhythm Guitar / Harp
Felix Berchtold: Electric Guitar
Tall Tony: Double Bass
Wendl: Steel Guitar / Dobro
Pistolero Pepe: Drums / Percussion
In 2002, vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Johnny Bluth with two colleagues, the band "The Johnny Trouble Trio". Initially traveling as a street musician in and around Stuttgart, they have played through half of Europe by 2011.
After several concerts in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark and Norway, the trio has grown to a quintet.
The current lineup is: Johnny Bluth on vocals and guitar at Western, Berchtold Felix plays the electric guitar, Tall Tony plucked the bass, Wendl serves the steel guitar and the dobro. New growth, they found 2010 with the living in Switzerland Paul Burkhalter on the snare drum.
The band's sound could be described as classic 50's country and rock-a-billy music call. However, Johnny Bluth wrote next to his authentic compositions and songs in the singer-songwriter style that are very popular at his concerts.
In December 2008 she released "The Rhythm Of The Railroad Track" her first album. Only 2 months later appeared as "Johnny Trouble - Starring As Rambling Man", a CD with demo recordings of the old front man.
Since two years have passed. Flooded two years in which the band, robbed, and was blown away by the winds to contend with personal and friendly losses had. Johnny Bluth documented these experiences in 11 original songs. Transfer songs created with the title "Somebody Stole My Guitar," "Tornado Warning" or "Gone With The Wind", a piece of the country singer for a deceased friend wrote. Supplemented the written track list with four cover songs and a piece of the Tall Tony, the bassist for the band has. On 14 Published March with "Rainy Days", the third album, which is available on the website of the band.

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