By Andras Paul, Rock At Night London Correspondent
Venue: O2 Shepherds Bush Empire–June 8, 2017
Yesterday I caught myself jumping in to a gig for Vintage Trouble at the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire – with a little help from my friends, and how thankful I am! This was a great redeem from me as I wanted to see them for a long time.
Well I’ve saw them only for the first three songs, but they made an impression! Next time, I’m sure, I’ll do the whole gig. It really hurt to leave the place the music was so great! I saw them for the first time ever on stage, and the vitality still animates me inside.
Ty Taylor rules the stage as soon he steps in, and springs into the air. He likes the stage the stage likes him in elegant harmony. Acrobatic movements completed with sophisticated refined dance moves from a really easy guy and I didn’t say a word yet about the rest of the band! This is just music you need to see. Music in their veins. If my English was better I could write much more subtle sentences here. Ok, here is how I felt: I was dancing in the pit, haha, so embarrassing while holding a camera, but I did. I don’t do things like this, I concentrate( by the way, I never did so many blurry shots before). That’s how it that happened!
So Vintage Trouble I am officially a fan, and I’ll come after ya!
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Andras Paul came from a traditional art background back in Hungary. He studied drawing, painting and animation and later began his interest in photography too.
Open to any kind of gig with decent music-- let it be a big concert or the smallest darkest pub on earth.
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