Rollicking soul outfit combine guitar licks reminiscent of Jimmy Page with vocals that bring to mind Otis Redding
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Vintage Trouble—"Blues Hand Me Down" Warning: Contains bluesy profanity.
Bands they’ve opened for: Bon Jovi, The Who, Dave Matthews Band, and The Rolling Stones
Band they’re touring with in 2015: AC/DC
Time it took them to record debut album The Bomb Shelter Sessions: three days
Time they’d been together at that point: three months
What “separates VT from a copycat soul revue,” according to the Wall Street Journal: “its muscle: [Nalle] Colt deploys a Jimmy Page-like crunch on guitar and [bassist Rick] Dill opens up his sound when Colt solos”
Their latest: 1 Hopeful Rd., which has rocketed up the international iTunes charts thanks to the rollicking single “Strike Your Light”