Posts Tagged ‘Walter Trout’

Mike Zito releases “Johnny B Goode” video

Mike Zito has released a music video for “Johnny B Goode” featuring Walter Trout. The track is featured on Zito’s upcoming album, Rock ‘N’ Roll: A Tribute To Chuck Berry, available November 1. “The video’s a throwback to early MTV kind of vibe. Getting to make this video with my hero, Walter Trout, is pretty […]

Walter Trout: Survivor Blues Review

Walter Trout is back, and he’s once again encouraging his listeners to embrace the blues in a new way. For Survivor Blues, which Trout recorded for release on Provogue Records at Robby Krieger’s private studio in Los Angeles, Trout had dozens of songs in mind that he was interested in covering and, with the help […]

Walter Trout: Survivor Blues Interview

We’ve seen a lot from Walter Trout in his decades-long career: He was Canned Heat’s guitarist in the 1980s, joined John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, started his own band and is currently one of blues’ strongest active musicians—especially considering his work over the last five years. After recovering from a liver transplant in 2014, Trout rebounded by […]

Walter Trout releases “Please Love Me”

Walter Trout has released “Please Love Me,” a new track off his upcoming album, Survivor Blues, available January 25.

Walter Trout to release “Survivor Blues”

New York, NY — Walter Trout and Provogue Records / Mascot Label Group will release Survivor’s Blues globally on January 25. Trout is no ordinary artist and this is no ordinary covers album. From the day he conceived the project to the moment he counted off the first song in the studio, he had a […]

Top 20 Albums of 2017

2017 was yet another year chock-full of great blues rock albums. From established stars to up and comers, 2017 had it all in the blues rock genre. Thousands of our readers voted, the staff of Blues Rock Review voted, and together we are proud to release the top 20 albums of 2017.

Walter Trout: We’re All In This Together Review

We’re All In This Together­–indeed. For his latest studio album, Walter Trout called some of blues’ best performers–and boy did they come through. Each musician featured on this album has serious blues chops; there’s no one musician on here that is more impressive than the rest, though John Mayall and Joe Bonamassa are probably the […]

Walter Trout Interview

Walter Trout is one of the most resilient bluesmen around. Not only has he survived a liver transplant, coming out on the other side of surgery feeling “like I’m in the best time of my life ever,” he’s also still making records that are creative and logistic triumphs. His new 14-track album We’re All in […]

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