Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Tuesday, April 24, 2012
In Stores and on iTunes Today, Tuesday, April 24 
U.S. Late Night Debut Performance on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tonight
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Four-piece rhythm and blues band Vintage Trouble celebrate the release their first U.S. album, The Bomb Shelter Sessions, today, Tuesday, April 24 with their U.S. late night debut on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! at 11 p.m. CT/ 12 a.m. ET. After performing over 80 shows throughout the U.K./Europe with iconic acts like Bon Jovi and Brian May and experiencing a No. 6 debut on the iTunes Album Chart in the U.K. with the European release of The Bomb Shelter Sessions, the band has brought their music stateside with a supporting summer tour with The Cranberries and dates in Europe with Lenny Kravitz. To purchase the album, visit iTunes.
Paste Magazine named "Nancy Lee," from The Bomb Shelter Sessions one of their 25 Best Songs of 2012 (So Far), stating, "Not many bands are looking back to Chuck Berry for inspiration anymore, but Vintage Trouble goes back to rock’s roots, led by one of the most charismatic frontmen I’ve come across in a long time in Ty Taylor."
In celebration of the album release, Vintage Trouble (consisting of members Ty Taylor, Nalle Colt, Richard Danielson and Rick Barrio Dill) will perform their new record in full at their CD Release Party at the El Rey Theatre in their hometown of Los Angeles on Thursday, April 26. Tickets are open to the public and can be purchased by clicking here.
For a full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates, visit www.VintageTrouble.com/Shows.

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