Gig: Vintage Trouble – The Ironworks, Oswestry – 19 Jun 2011

Posted on: Thursday, Jun 9, 2011

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VINTAGE TROUBLE live at the Ironworks, 19th JUNE

To promote their their new album ‘The Bomb Shelter Sessions’, Vintage Trouble are touring the UK in between supporting Brian May and their forth coming stadium gigs with Bon Jovi.

While in the UK, VT have been supporting Brian May and they have upcoming stadium gigs with Bon Jovi then they will be doing the festival rounds.

You may not recognise the name now, but you may recognise the face and voice of Ty Taylor from their electric performance on Later with Jools Holland.
Following their performance the band became the 6th most trending topic of the day on Twitter, attained the No.13 best selling digital album on iTunes, and had the N0.5 all around best selling digital album on Amazon UK, beating out both Rihanna and the current Glee (TV series) albums.
Additionally, VT had the No.2 best selling digital Rock album on UK, and the No.1 best selling R&B digital album on Amazon UK.

By the end of the summer after doing the festival rounds, VT will be a house hold name.  So before this happens Worlds Biggest Events are pleased to give you Vintage Trouble as something to end the weekend.

Tickets are on sale at the following outlets


The Ironworks own website

Or in person at
The Bikeworks Salop Rd, Oswestry ( or The Ironworks, Church St. Oswestry


Live-wired, straight-shootin, dirty-mouth’d, pelvis-pushing juke music

Vintage Trouble, based in Los Angeles, is the brainchild of Ty Taylor (vocal) and Nalle Colt (guitar). Combining their love for original soul and rhythm & blues, the two set up a basic home studio in Venice Beach and started crafting the beginnings of Vintage Trouble. Already a friend of both, Rick Barrio Dill (bass) came along and added his shared bass influences and energy into the newly formed project. To make the band complete, Richard Danielson (drums) was recruited not long after to add the authentic and edgy take that was needed on the drums. With these collective energies and inputs in place, a new kind of soul band had been born with unlimited creativity and force.

The power foursome then moved to commune, create and rehearse amongst the famed musical lore of Laurel Canyon. Within two weeks of rehearsals in early 2010, the group quickly began playing local shows and late night speakeasies. Led by timeless vocal tone and presence, small tweed amps, and a mission to move as many people as possible, the band quickly gained a reputation as a high energy and truly mesmerizing live act whose performances feel like down-home revivals with an uptown edge. Sticking to their roots of mid-century original soul music and recording techniques, the band used a lean three-day recording session with full takes and no-frills to turn out 12 new songs a mere two months into the project. With singles like “Gracefully”, “Nancy Lee”, “Still & Always Will” and “Blues Hand Me Down”, the resulting sound brings you back to the days of vinyl records, sweaty juke joints, and the feel and essence of the original soul movement.

Vintage Trouble. Get into it. And be prepared for the awakening.

If you missed the Jools Holland performance and haven’t a clue what We’re talking about check out the link-



June 9th, 2011 at 14:45
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Just bought the tickets. I was blown away when I saw this band on Jools and cannot believe my luck that they will be playing down the road…Wow!



June 9th, 2011 at 14:48
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Unless I’m in Saudi – I’ll see you there.



June 10th, 2011 at 17:56
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