Rhythm and blues

Summer 2014 US Tour Dates

We are excited to finally roll down the old familiar US roads this year.  We are bringing our favorite dJ Soul Selector Tom ‘Papa’ Ray with us to spin soul, blues, rhythm & blues and rock n’ roll! #VintageTrouble

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Starting of with a show in Portland with our friends at KINK.FM 101.9 as the run the Waterfront Festival again, this Saturday, May 24  – Click Here for more info 

Sunday, May 25  Santa Cruz CA   SantaCruz BluesFest. – Read more here
with Jackie Green, Rich Robinson, Chris Isaak

Wednesday, May 28 Tempe AZ   Marquee Theatre   – Read more here

Friday, May 30 Dallas TX  Gas Monkey Bar –  Read more here

Saturday, May 31 Austin TX  The Belmont  – Read more here

Sunday, June 1  Houston TX  The Continental ClubRead more here

Tuesday, June 3  New Orleans, LA  House of BluesRead more here

Thursday, June 5  Ozark AR  Wakarusa Music FestivalRead more here 

Saturday, June 7 Morrison CO  Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre supporting Big Head Todd And The MonstersRead more here

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Vintage Trouble featured in Guitar World Magazine

Vintage Trouble got featured in Guitar World Magazine – February 2013 issue.

Guitar World Magazine

Guitar World Magazine

I’m really honored to be part of this magazine! I’m a big fan of the magazine and I always read it myself to find out about new and old guitar players. On this blog we can chat about gear and guitar music in general. Let me know your thoughts!

Here are some cool links to some of the gear listed in the magazine:

Lazy J Amplifiers

Great Les Paul pickups from Monty’s Guitars

Guitar World Magazine

You can also visit Vintage Trouble at the official website www.VintageTrouble.com

Unexpected inspirations… (Ty Taylor)

Yesterday while driving from Iowa to Missouri with the rest of the band, we pulled over so that I could do a phone interview. Top of the conversation I find out that the reporter had attended the 1967 Stax tour that featured Otis Redding, Sam and Dave, Eddie Floyd, Booker T. and the M.G.’s, The Mar-Keys and more. When I first saw the recording of this concert it changed my life, my outlook on everything that I had done as a performer, and everything I wanted to do from that moment on. I had never seen such passion and soul and communion on stage before. Seeing this captured evening connected me to a part of myself I didn’t even know needed connection. It stitched together stage and life for me. It ignited my desire to have audience and performers become one during any given gig.

I had the opportunity to ask this man about details I thought I’d never have the answers for. Throughout our conversation he drew comparisons between what went down on that tour and what we do now as a band, it literally brought chills to my spine and a heightened pride of our art and mission.

Thank God for unexpected inspirations.

I’m not even sure if it was good interview but I will tell you this….it was a magical conversation.

To top the whole thing off I found this record in a store earlier today and had to have it…

The Stax/Volt Revue London

Peace please,

Here’s some Sam and Dave from the 1967 Stax Tour