TROUBLE Announces Illinois Gig, Online Tribute Nearing Completion

The reunited TROUBLE — guitarist Rick Wartell, vocalist Eric Wagner, guitarist Bruce Franklin, drummer Jeff Olson and bassist Ron Holzner — will be performing at Riley's Rockhouse in Aurora, Illinois on Saturday, Nov. 30. In related news, work is progressing on the planned online tribute to TROUBLE, "End Of Daze", which is tentatively set for a Christmas release. Patrick Schlimm from Trouble Heaven, the best source of TROUBLE information on the Internet, is currently compiling the material and will be making the music and artwork available for download via the site.

Among the artists/tracks planned for inclusion on the upcoming collection are the following:

01. DESTILLERY (Germany) - Heaven On My Mind
02. KEKAL (Indonesia) - The Skull
03. INFLATED (Italy) - Rain
04. JUDAS LIGHTFOOT (USA) - Misery Shows, Pt. 2
05. SPIRITUAL BEGGARS (Sweden) - Mr. White
06. MOOD (Hungary) – 'Scuse Me
07. VIATIKUM (Germany) - Temptation (The Tempter)
08. SPIRITUS MORTIS (Finland) - At The End Of My Daze

A second part of the online tribute is tentatively set for release in 2003. For more information, contact Schlimm at: [email protected]


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