Hard Luck and Trouble burst on the scene in 2010 with a traditional sound as a 3 piece rockabilly and blues combo. With the talents of Perry White on guitar, Vylanous Dylan Ross slappin the bass, and The Turk singing and strumming that rhythm guitar, they proved a force to be reckoned with. During the first year alone, they shared the stage with The Henchmen, Three Bad Jacks, The Chop Tops, and many others.
By 2011, it was decided that there was something missing and Art 'Sticks' McNaughton joined the crew, adding more harmony, and a little percussion with his toy drumset.
?In Late 2011, Dylan left the band to pursue other endeavors, leaving big slappin shoes to fill. Not to worry though, Bob Baske, stepped up and has taken over full time as the upright, half upright, and electric bass player in the band.
Through 2012, Hard Luck and Trouble has been busy, keeping to about 2 shows a month around Atlanta including stops at the Masquerade, and Star Bar. All this while planning a tour in 2013 that will make stops in Memphis, Chicago and several other spots along the way. Look for these boys to show up at a bar or honky tonk in your neighborhood, you won't regret it.
Paul 'The Turk' Rothenberger (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar),
Art 'Sticks' McNaughton (Drums/Backing Vocals),
Perry White (Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals),
Bob Baske (Upright Bass/Backing Vocals)