Vintage Fresh
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Vintage Fresh

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"Vintage Fresh"

Do you miss the jam bands from the ‘90s like Dave Mathews, OAR, Dispatch, and Umphrey's McGee? Well, Vintage Fresh will bring you right back to those summertime festivals, stifling in the heat and mud, and loving every minute spent with friends jamming to the blues, jazz, and rock-influenced music.

Vintage Fresh's quintet of young, fresh-faced collegians out of North Carolina have got more than just a solid strumming southern instrumental sound. They are all, each and of their own, incredible musicians on the guitar, bass, drums, and on vocals.

Having caught their show recently in New York City's Lower East Side, these boys not only kill it on their instruments, but also put up a sweet and funny, down to earth stage show worth not missing.

Songs we recommend you listen to: "Get Loud" and "Start the Storm". - NewBandDaily


Vintage Fresh EP

Our first EP was released in 2008 and spread throughout campus radio and local venues.

In 2009 Vintage Fresh released its first full album titled "VF." It contains 11 fully original tracks that are currently available on iTunes, Napster, Amazon, etc. It is also available on Pandora and Jango radio.



Based out of Raleigh, NC, Vintage Fresh has become "one of the most up and coming acts in the area" since its start up in 2008. Opening for such acts as Tim Reynolds and TR3, John Brown’s Body, and Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Vintage Fresh has increased its fan base and helped pack major venues along the east coast through their energetic live performances and personable approach. Their influences are always changing and diverse, the shows are patented beat-heavy, and our friends are always great. Music can compliment any life situation or action and Vintage Fresh wants their music to make you dance…

Vintage Fresh started in Raleigh, NC at North Carolina State University. We were a collection of friends who not only listened to a variety of genres, but respected the artists that each individual brought to the table. We started an experiment to see how each genre could blend with others which left us with music that we not only loved, but also caught the attention of a large number of people