Here comes trouble...Consider local super group the Troublemakers, who are playing August 28, here at Courthouse Center for the Arts. These dudes have years' worth of estimable gigs in their resumes. Compromising drummer vocalist Ronnie Lewis, percussionist Don "DC" Culp, guitarist Bill Light and Josh White, bassist Mike Palazzolo and keyboardist Dan Shere, the band has limitless chops and imagination. As Such, there are few things in the timeless rock canon they can't play. And part of their magic is that you never know what they might perform. All you can rely on is that it will be challenging as it is appealing and that the crowd will have as much fun as the Troublemakers do. Even though the Troublemakers are not a tribute band, on Saturday, August 28, music fans can expect a strong dose of the great Allman Brothers. In addition, the listening audience will be treated to The Troublemakers’ original twist on Blues and Rock songs that will take them on a soulful journey of musical emotion. So don’t miss this opportunity to experience some trouble at the Courthouse! Spend the evening with the Troublemakers. Trouble never sounded so good! Doors open at 7pm, full bar and lots of parking.