Vintage Trouble brought their much talked about live show back to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno for the second time in three months yesterday, captivating audiences with an impressive performance of their new song "Pelvis Pusher." Watch HERE.

Vintage Trouble's world tour continues with upcoming performances at Coachella, Glastonbury and Rock In Rio, a Japanese headlining run and The Who's European Tour. The band will continue their run of US headlining shows in August. Dates below.

NPR's Mountain Stage will air a performance by the band on May 10. Visit for more details.

"Imagine James Brown singing lead for Led Zeppelin, and you'll get an idea of Vintage Trouble's muscular, in-the-pocket sound."

- Yahoo! Music

"Even before the Who hired them, Vintage Trouble were rocketing toward success ... what separates VT from a copycat soul revue is its muscle ... Ty Taylor's exhortations and yowls [are] reminiscent of the kind Brown, Joe Tex and Wilson Pickett once unleashed."

- The Wall Street Journal

"Endlessly endearing--not to mention energizing."

- Nylon Magazine

Visit for tour dates, videos and more.

Tour Dates:

April 13 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival Indio, CA

April 20 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival Indio, CA

April 26 Blind Tiger Greensboro, NC

April 27 Sky City Augusta, GA

April 28 Mercy Lounge Nashville, TN

April 30 The Local 662 St. Petersburg, FL

May 1 The Social Orlando, FL

May 4 Shaky Knees Festival Atlanta, GA

May 5 Beale Street Music Festival Memphis, TN

May 15 Club Quattro Nagoya, Japan

May 16 SOMA Osaka, Japan

May 17 Bay Hall Yokohama, Japan

May 19 Greenroom Festival Yokohama, Japan

May 25 Denver Day Of Rock Denver, CO

May 27 Playing With Fire Council Bluffs, IA*

May 30 The Prophet Bar Dallas, TX

May 31 Sam's Burger Joint San Antonio, TX

June 1 Free Press Summer Festival Houston, TX

June 8 The O2 Dublin, Ireland**

June 9 Whelan's Dublin, IE

June 10 Odyssey Arena Belfast**

June 12 SECC Glasgow, UK**

June 13 O2 ABC Glasgow Glasgow, IE

June 15 The O2 London, UK**

June 16 The O2 London, UK**

June 17 Electric Brixton London, UK

June 18 Motorpoint Arena Sheffield, UK**

June 20 Metro Radio Arena Newcastle, UK**

June 20 Northumbria University (After party) Newcastle, UK

June 22 York Fibbers York, UK

June 23 Manchester Arena Manchester, UK**

June 24 Trinity Centre Bristol, UK

June 26 Glee Club Cardiff, UK

June 25 Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, UK**

June 28 LG Arena Birmingham, UK**

June 29 Avalon Stage, Glastonbury Festival Glastonbury, UK

June 30 Echo Arena Liverpool, UK**

July 3 Bercy Paris, France**

July 4 Rock Werchter Werchter, Belgium

July 5 Ziggo Dome Amsterdam**

July 6 Skanevik Blues Festival Haugesand, Norway

July 8 Wembley Arena London, UK**

August 2 Mammoth Festival of Beer & Bluesapalooza Mammoth Lakes, CA

August 3 Art and Soul Festival Oakland, CA

August 9 Magic City Blues Festival Billings, MT

August 10 The Festival at Sandpoint Sandpoint, ID

August 16 Howelsen Hill Steamboat Springs, CO

August 18 Iowa State Fair Des Moines, IA

August 25 Commodore Barry Park Brooklyn, NY

September 1 Bumbershoot Festival Seattle, WA

September 13 Rock In Rio Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

* Free show with Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings

** Supporting The Who



Bob Zerull
Managing Editor/Contributor for Zoiks! Online
Owner of ZPNetwork - A Podcasting Network
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