Trouble No More
A new group known as Trouble No More will pick up where the Allman Brothers Band left off at the Beacon Theatre to begin writing a new chapter in the Brothers’ story.
The new ensemble carries the ABB legacy down the road to forever with more than just its name. Dense layers of Allman Brothers synergy are woven into Trouble No More, from the notable anniversaries and meaningful venue to the members’ intertwined histories.
Perhaps most significantly, both the Allman Brothers Band and Trouble No More were built upon foundational family ties: while the ABB fell in around brothers Duane and Gregg Allman, Trouble No More will put the spotlight on another pair of talented siblings, guitarist Brandon ‘Taz’ Niederauer, 19, and bassist Dylan Niederauer, 21.
Trouble No More is the brainchild of booking agent and Mint Talent Group co-founder C.J. Strock. Entrusted with the live legacy of the Allman Brothers Band as well as a fearsome stable of young talents, Strock carefully selected each member of the new ensemble, which Taz classified as “a reimagining of one of the greatest bands of all time.”
Although it takes a step away from the direct ABB bloodline, the band features an inter-generational mix of ABB descendants, collaborators, proteges, and extended “family” members including Daniel Donato (guitar/vocals), Jack Ryan (drums), Nikki Glaspie (drums), Peter Levin (keys), and Roosevelt Collier (pedal steel guitar).