Authors of energetic rhythm & blues that winks at soulful and rock'n'roll sounds, in recent years the Vintage Trouble conquered audiences around the world by opening for international music legends, such as Rolling Stones, The Who and AC/DC (including the Italian concert in July 2015, in front of 92,000 fans at the Autodromo di Imola), while also recording an ever-increasing number of sold-out concerts worldwide with headlining concerts. In August 2015 they released for Blue Note Records the album 1 Hopeful Rd., produced by Don Waswinner of three Grammys and already working with Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Al Green e Iggy Pop.
A four-piece band originally from Los Angeles, the Vintage Trouble made their 2010 debut in their hometown venues and soon attracted the attention of Doc McGheelegendary manager of Kiss, Bon Jovi e Mötley Crüewhich took them under its wing and brought them to the UK to play at the Later Show... With Jools Holland and to open the tours of Brian May e Bon Jovi. In 2011 they released their self-produced debut album The Bomb Shelter Sessions, reached the UK Top 40 and the top of the R&B chart on Amazon UK, while in the US the critic of the New York Times Van Haller hailed them as the modern-day answer to Otis Redding.
I Vintage Trouble are: Ty Taylor (voice), Nalle Colt (guitar), Rick Barrio Dill (bass) and Richard Danielson (battery).
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