TROUBLE Drummer To Record Remake Of 'Run To the Light'

TROUBLE/RETRO GRAVE drummer Jeff "Jeff "Oly" Olson is planning to record a remake of TROUBLE's 1987 LP "Run to the Light" (Metal Blade Records). Olson says, "It will be compilation of some of my favorite top metal recording artists, (guest stars to be announced) with a real heavy sound that I'm excited to record... 'Run to the Light' is the only TROUBLE album that I didn't play drums on and it's my favorite."

"Run to the Light" featured drummer Dennis Lesh, who replaced Olson after he left TROUBLE to pursue a Bachelor of Music degree in Film Scoring at Berklee College of Music in Boston.

In other news, Olson will take part in an online chat at his web site,, every Tuesday evening at 10:00 p.m. EST to discuss his "weekly instructional drumming tips" and future plans for RETRO GRAVE and TROUBLE (Olson's weekly instructional drumming lessons can be viewed at his web site via YouTube).

TROUBLE is now taking a short break from its European 2007 "Simple Mind Condition Tour" and is anticipating another tour this fall, to be announced soon.


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