Shane Hall with Trouble in the Wind & Dulaney and Company
Trouble in the Wind
Trouble in the Wind has been labeled as folk, Americana, alternative, country, surf rock …etc but the Southern California quartet likes to call themselves “rock and roll”. The band’s stripped-down organic sound is a multi-instrumental collective fronted by songwriter Robby Gira, whose staggering powerful voice creates the center of attention of their songs. The group’s instrumentation of accordion, upright bass, brushes, banjo and guitars color the emotional songs which blend and range from ballads to surf folk to soulful rockers.
Whether it be light on the horizon, men on the run or love in the air, it’s always Trouble in the Wind
Dulaney & Co.
It all began as two guys getting together for fun, and transitioned into a full fledge jam band. Before long, Dulaney & Co would draw the attention of promoters and the like opening for acts like Lee Rocker and Kyle Gass. But as fate would have it, songwriters Jerod Dulaney and Malissa Miller were introduced at a Bob Dylan Concert on Oct. 24, 2012. Although it took over two years for them to actually write together, Malissa was invited to open for Dulaney & Co and the relationship between everyone grew. She joined them on stage for the first time at the 2015 NAMM show catching the attention of many very prominent industry big wigs.