Robert Jon & The Wreck Release Exciting New Single “Trouble” From Upcoming Album “Red Moon Rising”


Southern rock stalwarts Robert Jon & The Wreck are back with a brand-new single, “Trouble”, a rollicking southern rock burner from their highly anticipated album, Red Moon Rising, set for release on June 28th via Joe Bonamassa’s Journeyman Records. With its unforgettable riff and catchy chorus, “Trouble” is a track that fans won’t be able to get out of their heads.

Co-written with Wreck alumni Kristopher Butcher (Kilo Bravo), “Trouble” captures a classic tale of a person who brings chaos wherever they go. “Trouble comes from a song idea from years back,” shares frontman Robert Jon. “This track embodies a familiar tale we’ve all heard before about a person that is walking bad news or trouble; everywhere they go. With a hard-hitting riff and a chorus that’s hard to get out of your head, you better watch out for ‘Trouble.’”

The song’s infectious melody and compelling lyrics make it an instant classic, reminiscent of the best rock anthems. With lines like “She’s T-R-O-U-B-L-E” and a story that unfolds with every verse, “Trouble” is poised to become a staple in Robert Jon & The Wreck’s live performances.

The release of “Trouble” follows a series of successful singles, including “Give Love,” “Worried Mind,” and “Dragging Me Down,” all from their upcoming album Red Moon Rising. The album showcases the band’s versatility and their ability to blend powerful storytelling with a variety of musical influences, solidifying their place as one of the most exciting acts in modern southern rock.

Since their debut in 2011, Robert Jon & The Wreck have captivated audiences worldwide, turning the Southern rock sound on its head and making it distinctly their own. With Robert Jon Burrison’s lead vocals and guitar, Andrew Espantman on drums and vocals, Henry James Schneekluth’s lead guitar and vocals, Warren Murrel on bass, and Jake Abernathie on keyboards, the band’s synergy on stage is undeniable. As they embark on this next phase with Red Moon Rising, they invite both long-time followers and new listeners to join in the celebration of their ongoing evolution and the indomitable spirit of rock ‘n’ roll.
Robert Jon & The Wreck are currently on an expansive tour across the US and Europe, bringing their dynamic live performances to fans around the world. For a full list of tour dates and to purchase tickets, visit
1. Stone Cold Killer
2. Trouble
3. Ballad Of A Broken Hearted Man
4. Red Moon Rising
5. Dragging Me Down
6. Hold On
7. Down No More
8. Help Yourself
9. Worried Mind
10. Give Love
11. Rager (CD Bonus Track)
12. Hate To See You Go (CD Bonus Track)

Side A
1. Stone Cold Killer
2. Trouble
3. Ballad Of A Broken Hearted Man
4. Red Moon Rising
5. Dragging Me DownSide B                               
1. Hold On
2. Down No More
3. Help Yourself
4. Worried Mind
5. Give Love

Friday, May 31st – Rhythm Room – Phoenix, AZ
Saturday, June 1sr – Rhythm Room – Phoenix, AZ
Friday, June 7th – The Coach House – San Juan Capistrano, CA
Friday, June 14th – WC Handy Blues & Barbecue Fest – Henderson, KYSUMMER EUROPEAN DATES
Friday, June 21 – God Save The Kouing Festival –  Penmarch, FR
Sunday, June 23 – Le Thor, Fr – Le Sonograf
Monday, June 24 –  Milan, It – Chiari Blues Festival
Wednesday, June 26 – Sala Wolf – Barcelona, ES
Thursday, June 27 – Las Armas – Zaragoza, ES
Friday, June 28 – Sala MON – Madrid, ES
Saturday, June 29 – Sala Fanatic – Sevilla, ES
Sunday, June 30 – La Trinchera – Málaga, ES
Wednesday, July 3 – Loco Club – Valencia, ES
Thursday, July 4 – Enscenario Santander – Santander, ES
Friday, July 5 – Cognac Blues Folies Festival – Cognac, FR
Saturday, July 6 – Puistoblues Festival – Jarvenpaa, FI
Monday, July 8 – Spirit of 66 – Verviers, BE
Tuesday, July 9 – Colos-Saal – Aschaffenburg, DE
Wednesday, July 10 – Die Kantine – Köln, DE
Thursday, July 11 – Tolhuistuin – Amsterdam, NL
Friday, July 12 – Bospop – Weert, NL

Tuesday, July 30th – Jergel’s Rhythm Grille – Warrendale, PA
Tuesday, July 31st – Don’t Tell Shirlee Concert at The Pines – Sherman, NY
Saturday, August 3rd – The Iridium – New York, NY
Sunday, August 4th – Daryl’s House – Pawling, NY
Monday, August 5th – Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club – Portsmouth, NH
Wednesday, August 7th – Beachland Ballroom – Cleveland, OH
Thursday, August 8th – Magic Bag – Ferndale, MI
Friday, August 9th – Smoke & Irons Music Festival – Bartlett, IL
Saturday, August 10th – Old Rock House – St Louis, MO
Sunday, August 11th – Knuckleheads – Kansas City, MO
Tuesday, August 13th – Bourbon Theatre – Lincoln, NE
Wednesday, August 14th – xBk Live – Des Moines, IA
Thursday, August 15th – 7th St Entry – Minneapolis, MN
Friday, August 16th – Summer Sounds – Cedarburg, WI
Saturday, August 17th – Big Bull Falls Festival – Wausau, WI
Friday, September 8th – Big Bender Blues Festival – Las Vegas, NV
Friday, September 14th – Telluride, CO – Telluride Blues & Brews Festival
Saturday, September 15th – Telluride, CO – Telluride Blues & Brews Festival
Friday, September 20th – Bourbon & Beyond 2024 – Louisville, KY

Wednesday, October 30th – Tivoli – Utrecht, NL
Thursday, October 31st – Roma – Antwerp, BE
Friday, November 1st – Bosul – Weert. NL
Saturday, November 2nd – Ziegelei – Twistringen, DE
Sunday, November 3rd – Harmonie – Bonn, DE
Tuesday, November 5th – Kreuz – Fulda, DE
Wednesday, November 6th – Lido – Berlin, DE
Thursday, November 7th – Burgerweehuis – Deventer, NL
Friday, November 8th – Blues Garage – Isemhagen, DE
Saturday, November 9th – Blues Heaven Festival – Fredrickshavn, DK
Sunday, November 10th – Nochtspeicher – Hamburg, DE
Tuesday, November 12th – Airport Hall – Regensburg, DE
Wednesday, November 13th – Zentrum Altenberg – Oberhausen, DE
Thursday, November 14th – Piano – Dortmund, DE
Friday, November 15th – DasHaus – Ludwigsburg, DE
Saturday, November 16th – Trabendo – Paris, FR
Sunday, November 17th – Bolwerk – Sneek, NL
Wednesday, November 20th – The Appleyard – Sittingbourne, UK
Thursday, November 21st – Komedia – Brighton, UK
Friday, November 22nd – Komedia – Bath, UK
Saturday, November 23rd – The 1865 – Southampton, UK
Monday, November 25th – Boiler Shop – Newcastle, UK
Tuesday, November 26th – St Luke’s – Glasgow, UK
Wednesday, November 27th – Junction – Cambridge, UK
Thursday, November 28th – Islington Assembly Hall – London, UK
Saturday, November 30th – O2 Academy2 Oxford – Oxford, UK
Sunday, December 1st – Rock City – Nottingham, UK

For more info about the band’s tour dates, visit

About Journeyman Records
Journeyman, the newest endeavour between Joe Bonamassa and his long-time manager Roy Weisman, is a vertically integrated music management, concert promotion and marketing company that builds awareness for great live artists worldwide. After years of perfecting strategies while building Joe Bonamassa’s career, the company will utilize the same savvy tactics which allowed them to overcome industry barriers that typically held back artists from achieving success. Journeyman provides the infrastructure to take an artist from its infancy, to record music and tour without having to deal with the typical resistance of “gatekeepers” who don’t believe or support emerging acts. Bonamassa has been keen on using his experience to pay it forward to help other artists navigate the murky industry waters. Consequently, Journeyman sets itself apart in this way as being the true market maker for their artists.

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