To a handful of Idahoans, the Randy Rogers Band triggers memories of the good ol days of the annual Braun Brothers Reunion concert in Challis. (The Rogers Bands guitarist got clocked in the face with a beer bottle while performing at the events free street dance in 2008, officially signaling the end of those good ol days.) But the Texas group formed back in 2000 has steadily built up its career in the past few years, trading small-town gigs for larger stages and opening slots for major Nashville acts. The bands 2010 album, Burning the Day, got as high as No. 2 on the country charts. The new release, Trouble, is slated to hit stores April 30.