Vintage Trouble to light up stage at Jazz Festival
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Bringing their guitar powered rhythm and blues to this year’s Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival is Vintage Trouble.
"It's soulful, it's rock and roll-full, it's pop-full, but the real thing is people get the energy. They will also hear people screaming our songs back to us on the stage louder than our songs,” said lead singer Ty Taylor.
Taylor can't wait to take the East Avenue & Chestnut Street stage. He says the band feeds off the crowd.
"There is something that happens on the stages that I cannot explain, I'm just psyched to be in the whirlwind middle of it. I think people will feel something that they won't feel anywhere else and I hope it's a wildish, feverish amount of love, sex and passion,” said Taylor.
The band’s latest sound can be heard in their cover of Otis Redding’s “These Arms of Mine.”
You can see Vintage Trouble's show Friday, June 22nd at 9:00 PM.