Vintage Trouble

Origin: Hollywood, California

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Genres: Blues, R&B, rock & roll, Soul

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Vintage Trouble began in 2010 and have four albums and an enthusiastic fan base around the world. Their passionate live show is a classic style of soul, blues and rock presented on tours of the United States and the United Kingdom. Vocalist Ty Taylor, guitarist Nalle Colt, bassist Rick Barrio Dill, and drummer Richard Danielson, all of whom were living in the LA area, compared notes in 2010 and decided to combine their efforts.

In 2011, Vintage Trouble booked time at L.A.’s Bomb Shelter Studios, and recorded a no-frills album that captured their tough but soulful sound. “The Bomb Shelter Sessions” caught the attention of music promoter Doc McGhee who promptly booked the band for gigs in England and in various European cities.

Later that year they made their major-label debut with the album, “1 Hopeful Rd.” The album made them one of the first rock acts to be signed to the iconic jazz label Blue Note Records, and the label’s president, Don Was, produced the sessions.

“Knock Me Out” is their fourth disc and forthcoming album. K-ZAP 83.3 FM spins the title tune and streams at as part of the 50 years of rock, blues and more!


The Bomb Shelter Sessions (2011)
The Swing House Acoustic Sessions (2014)
1 Hopeful Rd. (2015)
Knock Me Out (2017)