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Bearded Theory 2017 – Sunday

Goldblade are always fun to watch at Bearded Theory – their hyper-energetic frontman John Robb never stays on stage for long and predictably it’s not long before he jumps down and comes to the barrier to get up close with the fans as he sings.  He’s one of the best …

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Bearded Theory 2017 sells out

BEARDED THEORY are delighted to announce that the festival’s 10th Anniversary has completely sold out of admission tickets in every category for the sixth year in a row. A small number of car passes and Tipi camping options are still on sale. Admission tickets are no longer available through any …

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Vintage Trouble – New Single “Knock Me Out” Out On 9th June / UK & European Tour This Summer

VINTAGE TROUBLE ANNOUNCE UK AND EUROPEAN HEADLINE TOUR NEW SINGLE: “KNOCK ME OUT” RELEASE DATE: 9th June 2017 Vintage Trouble are set to unleash their legendary and incendiary live show with a full UK/European tour this summer. To support their forthcoming shows, Vintage Trouble will be releasing the new single …

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Vintage Trouble – Forum, London- 22nd June 2016

First up tonight were the opening act, Slydigs. Vintage Trouble singer Ty Taylor came on stage to introduce them, then on they came.  Straight away you got the idea that they’re big fans of The Who and The Rolling Stones from the way they dress, and that impression was confirmed …

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Vintage Trouble – Announce UK Tour In June/July 2016

August 2015 saw the release of Vintage Trouble’s first album for Blue Note Records – 1 Hopeful Rd.  – to widespread critical and commercial acclaim. 1 Hopeful Rd. includes the first single “Run Like The River”, the deep soul ballad “Another Man’s Words,” “Angel City, California,” a stomping, joyous ode …

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Vintage Trouble, Barrowlands Glasgow, 8/11/15

Last year I went to see Vintage Trouble for the first time and they played one of the most memorable gigs I’ve seen in a long time, featuring a piper, a marriage proposal, Ty Taylor climbing a balcony and all of this in an old church hall.  Since then they’ve …

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Vintage Trouble – 1 Hopeful Road

Los Angeles based blues rock band Vintage Trouble have just been out on tour as special guests to AC/DC see our review of the Dublin, Belfast and London shows here. They have also opened for other big names such as The Who and Paloma Faith. Their second album 1 Hopeful Rd. is due to be …

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Vintage Trouble – New Album “1 Hopeful Rd” Out In August

1 Hopeful Rd. – Vintage Trouble’s first album for Blue Note Records – will be released on August 14th. The album pre-order is underway now at http://vintagetrouble.lnk.to/HihG4. Fans who pre-order 1 Hopeful Rd. digitally will instantly receive the album opener “Run Like The River,” a rhythm and blues stomper. 1 …

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Vintage Trouble – New Album “1 Hopeful Rd.” and Second Leg Of AC/DC European Tour

1 Hopeful Rd. – Vintage Trouble’s first album for Blue Note Records – will be released on August 14th. The album pre-order is underway now at http://vintagetrouble.lnk.to/HihG4. Fans who pre-order 1 Hopeful Rd. digitally will instantly receive the album opener “Run Like The River,” a rhythm and blues stomper. 1 …

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Vintage Trouble – Renaissance Hotel, London – 9th July 2013

Tonights gig was part of the “RLife: Live” series of events being held at Renaissance hotels, and was in aid of teenage cancer trust. The gig was being held in the Booking hall bar at the Renaissance hotel at London’s St Pancras station – which is the luxury hotel in …

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Vintage Trouble – O2 ABC, Glasgow – 13th June 2013

I had first heard about Vintage Trouble through mutual friends and contacts in other band fan groups I had become involved in. After looking at their material and videos on YouTube and seeing how they perform live I was hooked and really looking forward to the day I could see …

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Eldorado – ‘Antigravity Sound Machine’

In Spanish, ‘El Dorado’ means ‘The Golden One’. Originally attributed to an ancient Colombian chieftain who covered himself in gold dust and then committed suicide, it has become much better known as the mythological city sought by the Spanish Conquistadores in the 15th and 16th centuries, which resulted in genocide …

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