Just how people respond to a band and its music depends a lot on the reason or reasons why that music is made. Sometimes songwriters have a point to prove, a moral to teach, anger to vent, a style or genre to construct and sometimes it’s all about the energy, vigour and connections to make. Vintage Trouble is, it seems, about engendering a feeling that the band is in a symbiotic relationship with their fans and that all components of that relationship are equally important. It’s so good to know that the band members don’t see themselves as remote from everything and everyone else.
Tell Us About Your New Single/Album/Tour My current single is entitled “Build You Up (To Cut You Down)”, which is from my album “Two Lucky Stars”, which I will be doing a 10-show launch tour […]
Hollywood rhythm & blues band Vintage Trouble performed at Melbourne’s Corner Hotel on Wednesday 30 March 2016, playing Australia behind their third studio album 1 Hopeful Rd. that was released last August, on the back […]
Here we go … 1. Burnin’ Up Burnin’ Down The roar of a revved-up muscle car kick starts a road-ready intro as staccato horns punctuate a tough rocking litany. With bravado power chords and slippery […]