Alastair Greene Band debuted a video for the title track from their forthcoming fifth studio album, Trouble At Your Door, due June 17 from Eclecto Groove/Delta Groove Records.
"Trouble" showcases Greene's guitar prowess with a big riff and blazing guitar solo and serves as an appealing introduction to the new album (look for a review here on BBS as we get closer to the launch). Trouble features 11 new originals and a cover of "Strange Feeling," from the late Michael Burks. Greene also produced the sessions himself.
Greene has been backed by a litany of top musicians, former members of Steve Miller Band, Paul Butterfield Band, and Junior Wells Band among them, and has settled on a trio configuration with Jim Rankin on bass and vocals, and Austin Beede on drums for this current incarnation.
Greene not only fronts his own band but also brings his guitar mastery to the Alan Parsons Project, touring with the '70s musical icon as lead guitarist. Greene has also leant his talents to drum legend Aynsely Dunbar's recorded work as well as solo albums from Toad the Wet Sprocket frontman Glen Phillips.
Check out "Trouble At Your Door" and keep an eye out for the album and our review.