Like a gaping pothole rupturing a sleek tract of newly laid asphalt, Troubleman's raging brand of rock and roll commands attention. Mining the gritty terrain forged by seminal Detroit bands The Stooges and The MC5, Troubleman tosses a steel wrench on a classic yet visceral sound. This is Detroit rock and roll - in the 21st century. Heated, impassioned, frenzied and fierce. Toss in lead singer D's magnetic melding of Johnny Thunders and Mick Jagger swagger with the band's full-on balls-out Les Paul come Fender fury - and you've got one of Detroit's most thrilling rock outfits. Troubleman's raw power is a scorching hybrid of garage, rock, punk, soul and rockabilly. Their energized live shows have propelled the band to 'A-List' in-demand status in Detroit and throughout the Midwest. Now touring in support of their self-titled independently released debut CD, Troubleman is unleashing their raw power nationally to great effect. 'The Metro Times' named Troubleman as one of the fifteen top bands to watch (May 2003). Trouble man? You betcha! Danger never sounded this good! Troubleman is: D Vocals/Guitars Timmy Tann Guitar/Vocals Fish Bass/Vocals Sean O'Lucky Drums.