Vintage Trouble: Blowing Up With The Bomb Shelter Sessions

Vintage Trouble has had quite the year. In 2012 alone, the band has toured with Van Hunt, The Cranberries, Lenny Kravitz and Joss Stone. Now to cap off it all off, they are in the midst of wrapping up a very successful tour opening for Rock ‘n’ Roll legends The Who!

This soulful quartet’s incendiary live show has been earning accolades and has been attracting a number of enthusiastic supporters, such as their ever-growing fan community called “The Troublemakers,” wherever they go. Paste recently named the band one of their Top 5 Live Acts of 2012, describing frontman Ty Taylor as the “ultimate showman.” Vintage Trouble also caught the attention of NPR, who aired an interview with Taylor and guitarist Nalle Colt on Weekend Edition a few weeks back.

For those of you who have missed out on one of the best live acts around, do not fret. You have an opportunity to catch Vintage Trouble perform “Blues Hand Me Down” on The Late Show with David Letterman this Thursday, December 6.

The band’s recently reissued debut album The Bomb Shelter Sessions is available now.

Remaining tour dates with The Who are below:

December 5: Madison Square Garden — New York, NY
December 6: Prudential Center — Newark, NJ
December 8: Wells Fargo Center — Philadelphia, PA
December 9: Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino — Uncasville, CT

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Saw these guys for the first time when they opened up for The Cranberries…went there to see one band, left amazed by TWO…saw them again in Oct, just them…no other distractions…amazing! We had a military move in early November or I would have seen them AGAIN in November…can’t get enough. The energy is amazing…and it is not your typical rock band that just leeches off the energy from the crowd…this is more of a symbiotic relationship and I believe that is why they are so addicting… the energy seeps into your bones and makes you just dance…to watch these guys perform is just quite the experience!


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