posted December 13, 2012Tweet
Vintage Trouble is proud to announce they'll be joining legendary rock band The Who for the second leg of their North American tour. Due to the overwhelming demand of concertgoers, the initial 5-week run has turned into a 10-week national tour that will continue to visit some of the most famous arenas in the world.
Vintage Trouble brought their captivating live show to The Ed Sullivan Theatre for an unforgettable performance on The Late Show with David Letterman. The band was the #4 most trending twitter topic in the US and #7 most trending topic in the world after this performance.
Vintage Trouble is on the road in support of their self-released debut The Bomb Shelter Sessions, an album that has caught the attention of critics, fellow musicians and countless fans around the globe.
Spending the last two years touring the world with Lenny Kravitz, Bon Jovi, Brian May (Queen), Van Hunt, Joss Stone and The Cranberries, the band's hard work has paid off. The Bomb Shelter Sessions debuted in the UK Top 40 and the Oricon Top 20 (Japan's Billboard,) won the band the 2011 Classic Rock Award for "Best New Band," saw the band perform on Later ... with Jools Holland and Jimmy Kimmel Live, and had critics such as BBC Radio, HMV, MTV, Google, Paste Magazine and Music Weekly calling the band an artist to watch.
Vintage Trouble will spend all of 2013 touring North America! Along with Vintage Trouble's award winning video for "Nancy Lee" - filmed exclusively using the iPhone 4 and created by three-time Emmy Award winner Alen Petkovic - the band's impressive collection of official music videos.