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Band of The Month: Vintage Trouble Return With Riotous ‘Run Like The River’

Dig deep into the soul-revival power of 'Run Like The River' from Vintage Trouble's CraveOnstage performance.

Johnny Firecloudby Johnny Firecloud

 

Leading the modern soul-rock movement, Vintage Trouble are currently fine-tuning the frequency of musical passion with a fan conversion rate hovering near the hundred-percent range at their electrifying live shows. As they kicked off their current tour in support of their new EP The Swing House Sessions, the band stopped in for an exclusive Band of The Month performance for Crave.

Formed in 2010 by Ty Taylor (vocals), Nalle Colt (guitar), Rick Barrio (bass), and Richard Danielson (drums), Vintage Trouble are rooted in Hollywood, California, where they recorded their debut album, The Bomb Shelter Sessions, in just three days. Bursting with charisma and boasting a voice at the crossroads of Terrence Trent D’Arby and James Brown, Taylor leads the charge in a four-man power play on emotive flamboyance and razor-sharp showmanship.

The band brought their prime blend of R&B, soul, motown and rock to our latest Band of The Month taping at Swing House – the same spot where VT recorded their latest EP The Swing House Acoustic Sessions. After a captivating take on “Lo and Behold,” check out an exclusive CraveOnstage performance of “Run Like The River” from Vintage Trouble, the second installment of their Band of The Month session performances.






 

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Pick up The Swing House Acoustic Sessions EP right here, and keep up with Vintage Trouble at their official site, on Facebook and Twitter. Check back next Tuesday for their next Band of The Month performance for CraveOnstage.

Previous Band of The Month Performances:

Alain Johannes / Grieves / Steel Panther / Vintage Trouble / Semi Precious Weapons  

Hot Karate / RX Bandits / Nico Vega / The Mowgli’s / Dessa / Everlast 

The Wild Feathers / The Silent Comedy / LP

 

As always, thanks to Swing House!