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Fan Reviews

Val
March 30th 2024
Always great to see The Trouble Notes and what a cute venue - Jamboree. Check it out!
London, United Kingdom@
Jamboree
Mike
March 18th 2024
……. and the Venue is worthy, in the capable hands of the wonderful Millie Coulson (and her wonderful “Chef” and team, of support. They are looking to build a regular venue for misic alongside their unrivalled hospitality 👍
Penzance, United Kingdom@
Polgoon Vineyard Ltd
Jirte
March 8th 2024
The pub was packed and had an awesome atmosphere! Everyone was clapping and dancing along. So amazing to see music unite. The world needs more of this.
Kortrijk, Belgium@
Irish Mary's
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About The Trouble Notes

The Trouble Notes' music is an eclectic fusion of genre across the entirety of the musical spectrum, creating a sound that is truly unique to its own. – Rob Underwood, BBC Radio Lincolnshire

The Trouble Notes' second studio album, Liberty Awaits, was described by Earmilk Magazine as “a transcendent exploration and fusion of various folk styles, showcasing the rich tapestry of our diverse world.”

BBC Radio’s Faye Hatcher said the band is “like nothing I’ve ever seen before. Their musical influences take you on a journey around the world. You can’t help clap very loudly, tap your feet or spontaneously jig along to their music! An absolute must-see!!”

Philip Potempa from Chicago Tribune Media said “The Trouble Notes guide their audiences through an inviting immersive experience balancing a perfect blend of excitement and mesmerizing musical moments that is unmatched and energizing!”

The Trouble Notes are a progressive world folk trio. Known for their explosive energy and worldly melodies, the band was formed in 2013 by violinist Bennet Cerven and has since become renown in the international world folk scene. The band’s core hails from three different continents: American violinist Bennet Cerven, German guitarist Florian Eisenschmidt and Australian drummer Julian Lardis. Their shows are packed full of surprises, known to feature international guest performers, adding to the energetic worldly sounds at the heart of their repertoire. They have toured extensively in Europe and North America. They have performed on Television in the USA, Europe, Japan and Brazil. They have played on many of Europe’s large festival stages and with major international acts like Jethro Tull, Rodrigo y Gabriela, and America.
Their second studio album, Liberty Awaits, was described by Earmilk Magazine as “a transcendent exploration and fusion of various folk styles, showcasing the rich tapestry of our diverse world.” BBC Radio’s Faye Hatcher said the band is “like nothing I’ve ever seen before. Their musical influences take you on a journey around the world. You can’t help clap very loudly, tap your feet or spontaneously jig along to their music! An absolute must-see!!”
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Genres:
Contemporary Folk, Progressive Folk, World Folk, World Fusion, Ethnofusion
Band Members:
Julian Lardis, Bennet Cerven (Violin/Vocals), Florian Eisenschmidt (Guitar)
Hometown:
Berlin, Germany

Contribute
Help The Trouble Notes keep making the music you love.
Support

Latest Post

The Trouble Notes
3 months ago
Patreon for us is the place where we share our artistic vision, tell our story and want to stay connected with as many of you as possible. We want to remain independent mmore

Live Photos of The Trouble Notes

View All Photos

Official Merch

The Trouble Notes "More Violins Less ...
$35.0 USD
The Trouble Notes "More Violins Less ...
$35.0 USD
The Trouble Notes "Logo" (Print) Uni...
$29.95 USD
The Trouble Notes "Minimalistic Logo"...
$26.95 USD
Set of pin buttons
$15.0 USD
Yellow Embroidered Unisex Sweatshirt ...
$55.0 USD
The Trouble Notes "Both Logos" WHITE ...
$47.95 USD
The Trouble Notes Minimalistic Logo" ...
$55.95 USD
The Trouble Notes Minimalistic Logo" ...
$53.95 USD
The Trouble Notes "Minimalistic Logo"...
$32.95 USD
The Trouble Notes's tour

Fan Reviews

Val
March 30th 2024
Always great to see The Trouble Notes and what a cute venue - Jamboree. Check it out!
London, United Kingdom@
Jamboree
Mike
March 18th 2024
……. and the Venue is worthy, in the capable hands of the wonderful Millie Coulson (and her wonderful “Chef” and team, of support. They are looking to build a regular venue for misic alongside their unrivalled hospitality 👍
Penzance, United Kingdom@
Polgoon Vineyard Ltd
Jirte
March 8th 2024
The pub was packed and had an awesome atmosphere! Everyone was clapping and dancing along. So amazing to see music unite. The world needs more of this.
Kortrijk, Belgium@
Irish Mary's
View More Fan Reviews

About The Trouble Notes

The Trouble Notes' music is an eclectic fusion of genre across the entirety of the musical spectrum, creating a sound that is truly unique to its own. – Rob Underwood, BBC Radio Lincolnshire

The Trouble Notes' second studio album, Liberty Awaits, was described by Earmilk Magazine as “a transcendent exploration and fusion of various folk styles, showcasing the rich tapestry of our diverse world.”

BBC Radio’s Faye Hatcher said the band is “like nothing I’ve ever seen before. Their musical influences take you on a journey around the world. You can’t help clap very loudly, tap your feet or spontaneously jig along to their music! An absolute must-see!!”

Philip Potempa from Chicago Tribune Media said “The Trouble Notes guide their audiences through an inviting immersive experience balancing a perfect blend of excitement and mesmerizing musical moments that is unmatched and energizing!”

The Trouble Notes are a progressive world folk trio. Known for their explosive energy and worldly melodies, the band was formed in 2013 by violinist Bennet Cerven and has since become renown in the international world folk scene. The band’s core hails from three different continents: American violinist Bennet Cerven, German guitarist Florian Eisenschmidt and Australian drummer Julian Lardis. Their shows are packed full of surprises, known to feature international guest performers, adding to the energetic worldly sounds at the heart of their repertoire. They have toured extensively in Europe and North America. They have performed on Television in the USA, Europe, Japan and Brazil. They have played on many of Europe’s large festival stages and with major international acts like Jethro Tull, Rodrigo y Gabriela, and America.
Their second studio album, Liberty Awaits, was described by Earmilk Magazine as “a transcendent exploration and fusion of various folk styles, showcasing the rich tapestry of our diverse world.” BBC Radio’s Faye Hatcher said the band is “like nothing I’ve ever seen before. Their musical influences take you on a journey around the world. You can’t help clap very loudly, tap your feet or spontaneously jig along to their music! An absolute must-see!!”
Show More
Genres:
Contemporary Folk, Progressive Folk, World Folk, World Fusion, Ethnofusion
Band Members:
Julian Lardis, Bennet Cerven (Violin/Vocals), Florian Eisenschmidt (Guitar)
Hometown:
Berlin, Germany

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