The Troublefakers release “I know”

Single “Mirror” is about “not liking the photograph because it looks so terrible compared to what the mirror reflects in person and cautioning others to not pass judgment based on what the camera sees”
Wynne C. Blue & The Troublefakers
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LOS ANGELES - Jan. 22, 2014 - PRLog -- Seattle’s own Wynne C. Blue formed The Troublefakers in 2005 whose members include software engineers and former band geeks Barry Markey (bass), Ron Allen (guitar) and Donnie Ivan (drums).  When they gathered they would write songs and soon came to realize that what they’ve written should be shared with the world.

Wynne C. Blue is the lead singer/songwriter in this group.  They play around Seattle and the surrounding area with what is known as power-pop style of music, a mixture of coffeehouse, rock, dance and blues all fused together by some incredibly heavy pop back beat. Wynne C. Blue, with her powerhouse of a voice draws inspiration from artists such as Better than Ezra and Indigo Girls.  Her vocals style is similar to Gwen Stefani but truly carries her own weight and signature style in every manner.

The Troublefakers’ first album release was “Short Story” in 2009 followed by “Good to Drive” in 2011.  Both received incredible reviews with each release being more evolved than the one before.

In November 2013 the release of their third project “I know” hit the airwaves to yet even more incredible reviews.  The songs on this album are technically more evolved.  To The Troublefakers, it represents their own personal growth in their writing, arrangements and overall presentation of their songs.

One particular single off of “I Know” is titled “Mirror” which is about “not liking the photograph because it looks so terrible compared to what the mirror reflects in person and cautioning others to not pass judgment based on what the camera sees”, states Wynne.   It is about loving and accepting who you really are despite the exterior forces that manipulate you into being what the media wants you to be.  Lyrically the song allows audiences to view a vulnerable side even with the fact that that persona is alive and thriving.  This single has a great rhythm to it with a great guitar back beat, vocally, lyrically and the overall arrangement is superb.  It is very catchy and you will find yourself singing it and dancing.

The Troublefakers are experts in the ability to blend styles of music into some of the best rock sounds on the airwaves to date.  Their latest tour proved this very statement by its successful run allowing fans from every corner of the planet to experience their powerhouse performances.  They do it bigger and better and you will always know who The Troublefakers are.  Now they are doing it in Seattle booking performances in and around their hometown.

You can listen to and/or purchase their music by logging onto the following websites:

You can also search the entire web by searching The Troublefakers.

Wynne C. Blue and The Troublefakers is currently working with RAG based in Beverly Hills, Ca. for licensing, a record deal, publishing and/or placement opportunities.  They can be reached at 323-924-5897.

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