Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Vintage Trouble...and a pat on the back.

The name of the band is Vintage Trouble and they've opened for everybody since forming in 2010.

And they have appeared on Leno, Letterman and all the other late, late tv shows.

And now...the Pour House.

LORDY! The energy!

I was exhausted just standing in the audience as Ty Taylor "broke a sweat."

If you were there, you know what I'm talking about.

Gives a new meaning to a "wash & wear" suit.
The band was in fine form and, as usual, the sound was exceptional.

At the PoHo, you know a singer's voice is never covered over by the instruments and each musician can be heard distinctly.

Proper tone is never just LOUD.

I'm used to seeing carpets placed onstage by bands but I think this one came from the old Gateway Computer school of thought.

Often performers jump down from the stage and mingle with the fans but this guy juked his way to the back of the room and "leaped" (leapt?) up on the counter and danced around.

I looked closely to make sure there were no ceiling fans! He was very high up.

I'm sure he had checked that out beforehand.

Because I seldom use flash, this shot in the back of the darkened room is sub-par. Some lights were switched on, but not nearly enough to make this picture presentable.

Oh well, it does show that he somehow got atop that high counter. From the front.

No easy feat.
It's safe to say he and the band was well received.

Up front or dancing behind the crowd.

His dry cleaner will have to work hard to salvage that soggy suit and vest.

My buddy patted Tyrone on the back as he passed by.

Yep. Probably won't do THAT again.

(Click on the photos for more details.)

Lots of sweat equity.

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At Tue Oct 29, 05:09:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vintage Trouble provides the best experience ever! "A Troublemaker"

At Tue Oct 29, 05:16:00 PM , Blogger Keighley Yorkshire said...

Thank-you for keeping the great feeling going from this wonderful show!

At Wed Oct 30, 06:43:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vintage Trouble's live show is incredible. Nicely described in this post, but nothing beats seeing it with your own eyes, hearing the crisp performance and getting sucked into the EPIC live atmosphere that this band can create. I have seen this band more times in the last 3 years than I have any other band in my entire life (and live music is what I like to do in my spare time!)

At Wed Oct 30, 09:06:00 PM , Blogger chuckography said...

In case you didn't know, ardent followers of this band are called "troublemakers."


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