Trouble, the 2002 CD by Nancy McCallion and The Mollys features new songs by singer/songwriter, Nancy McCallion. The songs range in subject matter from violence, mother-daughter relationships, and remarriage, to the timeless country themes of lovin' leavin' and life on the road. This is the first CD to feature the current Mollys line up, with tasty acoustic slide guitar work by Danny Krieger. Trouble has a strong roots/county feel unlike previous Mollys CDs, but it maintains the driving energy and frantic accordion Mollys' fans have come to expect. The Mollys, from Tucson, Arizona, deliver a compelling mix of 'tangled roots' music combining country, Tex-Mex and bluegrass with a rock and roll drive. The five-piece group uses three-part vocals with accordion, guitar, tin whistle, banjo, bouzouki and harmonica backed by driving electric bass and drums. The Mollys have toured the U.S., Canada, Australia and Italy, earning rave reviews for Nancy McCallion's stunning songwriting and the bands spirited performances.