Vintage Trouble rose out of the ashes of several other bands only to become something special all on their own. Their first album, which was originally intended to be a demo, flew off of the merch table after fans got a taste of their live show, and they haven’t looked back since. In their four years of existence, they’ve won praise from music journalists in America and Europe, and they’ve worked with the likes of David Bowie producer Tony Visconti. Though the band are rooted in Los Angeles, they’ve always had a second home in New York City, where their guitar-driven funk always draws a sellout crowd ready to dance. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Highline Ballroom website.