Walter Trout

Blues-rock icon Walter Trout, today releases his brand new studio album, Broken, via Provogue/Mascot Label Group. The album features performances from Beth Hart, Twisted Sisters’ Dee Snider and harmonica virtuoso, Will Wide.To celebrate, he has also revealed a video for the song, Talking to Myself, which you can watch HERE.

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Blues-rock icon Walter Trout is exploding into 2024 with a new album, heavy touring and today he reveals the new video for Broken featuring powerhouse singer Beth Hart. You can watch the video HERE. The song is taken from new album, Broken, which will be released on 1 March via Provogue / Mascot Label Group and features appearances from Hart, Twisted Sister's Dee Snider and Harmonica virtuoso Will Wilde.

For the last half-century, however rocky his path, hope and resilience has always lit the way. The beat of Walter Trout's unbelievable story are well-known: the traumatic childhood in Ocean City, New Jersey; the audacious move to the West Coast in '74; the auspicious but chaotic sideman shifts with John Lee Hooker and Big Mama Thornton; the raging addictions that somehow never stopped the boogie when he was with Canned Heat in the early-'80s.


On his latest single “Waiting For The Dawn,” released today via Provogue/Mascot Label Group, the iconic blues-rock guitarist Walter Trout urges fans – and himself – to stay strong, in light of all of the challenges we’ve faced over the past few years. “There were times in this pandemic where I have sunk into some pretty deep depressions, sitting around, wondering whether life has a point,” Trout recalls.


Today, the iconic blues-rock guitarist Walter Trout has revealed the official video for “Ride,” the title track of his 30th solo album, out August 19th via Provogue/Mascot Label Group. Arriving on the West Coast two weeks before album sessions began, Trout settled down to write the material on 'Ride' in his now-deserted house in Huntington Beach, California. But even in this beachside paradise, among the swaying palms and ocean breeze, the past came calling.

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