For Vintage Trouble, a band who wanted to stand out among the increasingly crowded field of retro r&b acts, they turned to friends in high places and their rabid group of fans.
Having legendary rock manager (Kiss) Doc McGee behind you didn’t hurt nor did admirers in England, who, after seeing Vintage Trouble on a famous late-night music show, helped make them a worldwide trending twitter topic.
A successful overseas strategy helped land opening gigs for the likes of The Who and Kiss- odd pairings at first glance, but Vintage Trouble’s rockin’ brand of soul seems tailor-made for the rock crowd. Frontman Ty Taylor’s showmanship also garnered attention from arena goers.
Their debut album is the Bomb Shelter Sessions.
Hear their recent Sunny Side Up session below.