Vintage The Band

Vintage The Band

 Cocoa Beach, Florida, USA
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Vintage is a Rock n’ Roll Band, two guitars bass and drums, which has been playing together for 11 years. The Band just completed their 3rd CD of original music, “Welcome to Earth”. This new alternative rock sound is Blues driven and heavily influenced by the legends of Rock n' Roll.

Biography

Vintage has been a Classic Rock cover band for over 11 years. They have preformed at the Hard Rock in Orlando, recorded a demo in Detroit with Kid Rock's bassist Bobby East and played opening night for the Orlando Magic. Vintage came out of the garage and stormed on to the Brevard club scene in 2003, covering songs written and composed by their heroes twenty or thirty years before they were born. The four young rockers covered, the music of; The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Johnny Cash, Bob Marley, Bruce Springsteen and the Strokes to name a few.

Vintage The Band Inc., is a Florida Corporation working with a variety of entertainment management companies to bring one of the most powerful Rock n’ Roll shows to venues around the state and across the Nation. Vintage has played over 500 gigs in the past six years, highlights are;

-Vintage was voted Brevard Live’s “Entertainer of the Year 2008-09”, by music fans throughout Central Florida.

-Played the Hard Rock Live twice, in March 2008 they opened for comedian Martin Short.

-July 4th, 2005, headlined WHTQ’s “Fireworks Over The Fountain”, Lake Eola, Orlando, FL, 125,000 attended the event.

-Named Best Band 2007, by the Verge, group, FL Today.

-Played opening night for the Orlando Magic 2006, Amway Arena.

-Toured Michigan, and recorded a four song EP in Detroit. The CD was produced by Bobby East, Kid Rock’s bass plaer.

Contact;
Sean Cummings
(Cell) 321 258-7747
Thevintageband@gmail.com

Discography

Vintage Discography:

“Welcome To Earth”

Vintage recorded six original songs on June 30th, July 1st and 2nd at “The Zone Studio”, in West Melbourne, FL. Mark Brasel was the sound engineer during the recording session. James Spiva, who is the drummer and singer for Vintage said “Our goal this summer was to get into the studio. We have accomplished that and are very excited with the material and are looking forward to taking our Band to the next level.” The CD was released on September 2nd 2009 and has received air time on local stations including 101.1 WJRR Orlando. Sales are accelerating as the Band makes appearances on local radio shows and gigs at larger venues, like Hard Rock Orlando.

The tracks are,

“10th Street”, Words by Michael McCord, James Spiva, vocals, drums, A.J. Cummings, lead guitar and Sean Cummings bass guitar.

“Nautical Nemesis”, Words by James Spiva, vocals, guitar, Michael McCord, vocals, drums, A.J. Cummings, lead guitar and Sean Cummings bass guitar.

“Running Low” Words by Michael McCord, James Spiva, vocals, drums, A.J. Cummings, lead guitar and Sean Cummings bass guitar.

“Good Times”, Words by James Spiva, vocals, guitar, Michael McCord, vocals, drums, A.J. Cummings, lead guitar and Sean Cummings bass guitar.

“1929”, Words by Michael McCord, James Spiva, vocals, drums, A.J. Cummings, lead guitar and Sean Cummings bass guitar.

“Welcome To Earth”, Words by Michael McCord, James Spiva, vocals, drums, A.J. Cummings, lead guitar and Sean Cummings bass guitar.

Set List

Vintage Set List
Beatles,
“Come together”, “Rocky Raccoon”, “Back In The USSR”
Bob Seger,
“Turn the Page”
The Who,
“Pinball Wizard”, “My Generation”, “Squeeze Box”
Rolling Stones,
"Miss You” “Get Off My Cloud”
Lynyrd Skynyrd,
“Free Bird”, "Sweet Home Alabama”
Marshall Tucker,
“Can’t You See”
Led Zeppelin,
“Whole Lotta Love"”, “Since I’ve Been Loving You”
Sublime,
"What I Got"
Johnny Cash,
“Folsom Prison Blues”
Eric Clapton,
"Wonderful Tonight","Before You Accuse Me"
Chuck Berry,
“Johnny Be Good”
Doors,
"Back Door Man", “Five to One” “Road House/Gloria”
Steve Miller,
“The Joker”, “Rocking Me”
Stevie Ray Vaughn,
“Pride and Joy”, “Texas Flood”
John Mayer,
“Daughters”, “Gravity”
Black Crows,
“Hard To Handel”
The Strokes,
“Last Night”
Outkast,
“Hey Ya!”
Deep Purple,
“Smoke On the Water”
Vintage (Originals),
“10th Street”, “Nautical Nemesis”, “Running Low”, “Good Times”, “1929”, “Welcome To Earth”