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Ten Year Vamp -a female fronted, high energy, modern radio rock band with pints full of personality, charm, and sex appeal. Described as the next No Doubt, and a mix between Pink and The Foo Fighters, they’ve sold thousands of CDs performing 2-4 shows a week for the past 6 years. In the Summer of 2010, Ten Year Vamp opened for both Aerosmith and Bon Jovi at separate 15,000+ venues. They have also shared the bill with bands like One Republic, Good Charlotte, Lifehouse, Gavin DeGraw, Spin Doctors, The Gin Blossoms, Simple Plan, Natasha Beddingfield & more. The band has performed 500+ shows at venues across the Northeast US, including The Blender Theatre, Knitting Factory, CBGBs, and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Ten Year Vamp's latest album has been mentioned on CNBC and Forbes.com as well as other news and music websites from around the world. Songs from the album have been used by MTV, The Speed Channel, The Red Wings, Dockers, and Adobe, and many more. The album, produced by Mike Watts, was independently released with help from 60+ corporate and individual investors.
Ten Year Vamp Opens For Aerosmith...
"Ten Year Vamp, a band that boasts of all New York state musicians, rocked the crowd with vigor and style. Led by charismatic lead singer Debbie Gabrione, Ten Year Vamp delivered a solid, soaring string of songs from the album “Don’t Act Like You Don’t Know Me.” Gabrione stalked the stage… she let the crowd know exactly how she felt with the smooth and rich vocals to “Pleasures (That I Call Mine),” “Rockstar,” “Faked It” and “One Night Ticket.” She’s got star power aplenty."
-Syracuse Post Record 8/27/2010
"Filled with catchy riffs and heavy grooves, the album easily proves that it can stand next to any top-40 album on the charts today... it’s only a matter of time before the band, which has opened for Lifehouse, Simple Plan and the Spin Doctors, jumps to the top of the marquee of concert halls across the country."
-Guitar International, 10/20/2009