About Vince Esquire
In 2004, while living in Austin, Texas, Vince was honored with a personal invitation by Willie Nelson to perform at his annual 4th of July Festival in Fort Worth Texas, where he appeared before a crowd of 50,000 enthusiastic fans. In 2005 and through 2006 Vince has continued to amaze crowds throughout the Hawaiian Islands and The West Coast, playing Los Angeles, San Diego and the Bay Area.
2007, Blues/rock icon Gregg Allman extended an invitation to Vince to join the Gregg Allman Band at New York's famed Beacon Theater as a featured musician as well as the opening act for several dates of their southern tour, thus leading Vince to embark on his first national stateside tour with a national act. Vince received tremendously positive responses at the House Of Blues in both New Orleans and Dallas, as well as the Meridian in Houston and the legendary Alabama Theater in Birmingham.
In Vince's brief but impressive career, he has been featured with and/or opened for such music luminaries as Willie Nelson, the Gregg Allman band, Los Lonely Boys, Funk Music legend Fred Wesley, Derek Trucks, Little Feat, The Little Memphis Blues Orchestra (formerly the Taylor Hicks Band), Coco Montoya, Tommy Castro, Chris Duarte, Eric Johnson and The Doobie Brother's co-founder and guitarist Pat Simmons. Vince's future goals are to secure a recording contract, go on a world tour, and someday "play on Austin City Limits".