2 CD edition. Vintage Trouble is a new band from Los Angeles with an electrifying sound steeped in classic soul, blues and rock n roll. This unique musical force is the brotherhood of Ty Taylor (vocals), Nalle Colt (guitar), Rick Barrio Dill (bass) and Richard Danielson (drums). Singer Ty Taylor calls Vintage Trouble s music primitive soul. He says: It s raw, naked and hard-hitting music with the passion of late 50s soul/rhythm & blues and the pulse of early 60s rock n roll . The name Vintage Trouble comes from thoughts of Taylor s late father who lived the life of a bluesman. I come from Vintage Trouble look out if I m the one you found, I ll pop your bubble with my live-wired straight-shootin dirty mouth as the lyrics suggest from the song Blues Hand Me Down . The band formed just one year ago, on February 25, 2010. Key influences include Otis Redding and Led Zeppelin. Handled by legendary band manager Doc McGhee (Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, KISS, Guns N Roses and James Brown), Vintage Triouble are also booked by ITB worldwide (Aerosmith, Lenny Kravitz, Jamiroquai). Vintage Trouble is a band that truly comes alive onstage. We invite people to participate rather than just watch-we would rather it be a party than a performance says the band. We like to make the walls sweat. People come dressy and leave messy. Vintage Trouble is set to release their debut UK albujm on the 25th July 2011. From the juke-joint resonating debut single Nancy Lee to the hard hitting rythm of Blues Hand Me Down , to the provocative call to arms of Not Alright By Me to the soulful Nobody Told Me to the epic closer Run Outta You , The Bomb Shelter Sessions is packed with infectious melodies, timeless lyrics, raw guitars, and proper grooves the perfect soundtrack to the Summer. Consumate live performers, Vintage Trouble are at their vibrant best on stage. Fresh off a full uk tour with Brain May, the band are set to support Bon Jovi across Europe in 2011 and are set to make appearances at Hard Rock Calling and Wireless festivals amongst many others.