"Too Much Trouble is about more than just Danko Jones' history - it's an exploration of the rigid politics that govern both underground and mainstream music, and how a band can succeed without pandering to either." —www.BraveWords.com
"Too Much Trouble . . . is an inspiring underdog's tale about sticking to your guns and carving a niche on your own terms." —www.music.cbc.ca
"[Berman's] skills with words and layout are such that the book reads like a comedy one minute, a drama the next, a celebration at all times however." —www.UberRock.co.uk
"...The 270-page work of Canadian journalist Stuart Berman is worth every penny, because you will probably never get closer to the band. From the very first rehearsals in rancid basements up to center stage on the worlds biggest tours. In addition there is of course a ton of photos and at the end you really feel like you understand the Canadian maniac and his world. "Too Much Trouble: A Very Oral History of Danko Jones" is an absolutely quality thing and a must buy for all the supporters of the band." —Slam (Translated from the original German)
About the Author
Stuart Berman is an editor at Toronto city magazine The Grid, a regular contributor to Pitchfork, and the author of This Book Is Broken: A Broken Social Scene Story (House of Anansi, 2009).