Lookin' For Trouble was founded by guitarist, Greg Conte. Greg’s love for music, guitar, arranging, and composing led him to start a band, enlisting some of the finest musicians: Don Romine (Drums), April Snow (Vocals), & David May (Bass). They brought their world-class talents together and Lookin' For Trouble was born. By combining the music of Blues, Rockabilly, Rock ‘n Roll, and a bit of Swing, they have developed a brand of music all their own. This little quartet has a big sound, an ever-growing fan base, and play to sell-out shows wherever they perform. All the members of the group are seasoned artists in their own right, and together their considerable skills make Lookin' For Trouble one of the hottest rising acts on the blues circuit. As of May 30th 2013 Lookin' For Trouble have been inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame.

Richard Loughman

Richard Loughman is a music producer, recording/post production engineer, songwriter, recording/performing artist, graphic designer, and event organizer/producer. He was born in Camarillo, California, where he lived until he was 9 years at which point his family moved to Ojai, California. After graduating high school he spent close to three years in San Luis Obispo where he began taking audio recording classes at Cuesta Community College. During that period he spent most of his time writing and recording his own music and putting on small events for he and his collaborators to perform their music. He moved back to Southern California to finish college, and transferred from Ventura Community College to California State University Dominguez Hills where he will graduate this spring with a Bachelors Degree in Audio Recording. 

Melena Ward

Melena Ward is an upcoming Audio Engineer currently receiving her Bachelor of Arts at Cal State University Dominguez Hills. She has always had a passion for Audio Engineering and the music industry. She began working in audio at her church where she learned how to put her crafts into practice, and gained additional experience interning at recording studios. Although the music industry is competitive, Melena plans to go far and beyond to make it in the world of entertainment.   

Matthew Williams

Matthew Williams has a background of finding and editing samples from forgotten vinyl records into original compositions. Seeking a career path that would be in the same vein, Matthew decided to pursue an education in audio recording. Now nearing the end of his senior semester at Cal State University Dominguez Hills, Matthew is looking forward to graduating and to begin applying the skills he learned to real world settings.

Jason Chavez

Jason Chavez is a senior at California State University Dominguez Hills. He is currently in the Digital Media Arts: Audio Recording Program. His love for Music, TV & Film attracted him to the entertainment industry making his career choice to become an Audio Engineer. Having gained experienced interning for Tommy Lee’s engineer, Jason continues to learn and gain the knowledge necessary to create a future for himself in the industry.