Walter Trout


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Nationality: American
Born: Mar 06 1951


Biography

With five decades as a guitarist and songwriter under his belt including being a member of Canned Heat and John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, 1989 was the year he stepped into the spotlight and has gone on to release 22 solo albums in the last 25 years. He’s respected as one of the world’s finest rock/blues guitarist and 2014 will see a brand new album and his official biography. Currently being written by Henry Yates and will lift the lid on Walter’s hell raising life on the road, and guaranteed to be a page turner of epic proportions.

A lesser artist might rest on such laurels. As Walter Trout ... Read more

With five decades as a guitarist and songwriter under his belt including being a member of Canned Heat and John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, 1989 was the year he stepped into the spotlight and has gone on to release 22 solo albums in the last 25 years. He’s respected as one of the world’s finest rock/blues guitarist and 2014 will see a brand new album and his official biography. Currently being written by Henry Yates and will lift the lid on Walter’s hell raising life on the road, and guaranteed to be a page turner of epic proportions.

A lesser artist might rest on such laurels. As Walter Trout powers into his quarter decade as a solo star, there’s no whiff of the ennui or creative autopilot that hobbles the later output of most veterans. On the contrary, there’s a sense of growing momentum, perhaps even of a little surprise. “It’s hard to believe I’m still alive, to be honest,” he smiles. “I should have been dead by 30, with the life I was leading. But I still have a career, and at 62, I’m still climbing the ladder, which keeps it exciting, instead of trying to rekindle past glories. I feel like I play with more fire than when I was 25. I’m still reaching, y’know…?”

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With five decades as a guitarist and songwriter under his belt including being a member of Canned Heat and John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, 1989 was the year he stepped into the spotlight and has gone on to release 22 solo albums in the last 25 years. He’s respected as one of the world’s finest rock/blues guitarist and 2014 will see a brand new album and his official biography. Currently being written by Henry Yates and will lift the lid on Walter’s hell raising life on the road, and guaranteed to be a page turner of epic proportions.

A lesser artist might rest on such laurels. As Walter Trout powers into his quarter decade as a solo star, there’s no whiff of the ennui or creative autopilot that hobbles the later output of most veterans. On the contrary, there’s a sense of growing momentum, perhaps even of a little surprise. “It’s hard to believe I’m still alive, to be honest,” he smiles. “I should have been dead by 30, with the life I was leading. But I still have a career, and at 62, I’m still climbing the ladder, which keeps it exciting, instead of trying to rekindle past glories. I feel like I play with more fire than when I was 25. I’m still reaching, y’know…?”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

With five decades as a guitarist and songwriter under his belt including being a member of Canned Heat and John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, 1989 was the year he stepped into the spotlight and has gone on to release 22 solo albums in the last 25 years. He’s respected as one of the world’s finest rock/blues guitarist and 2014 will see a brand new album and his official biography. Currently being written by Henry Yates and will lift the lid on Walter’s hell raising life on the road, and guaranteed to be a page turner of epic proportions.

A lesser artist might rest on such laurels. As Walter Trout powers into his quarter decade as a solo star, there’s no whiff of the ennui or creative autopilot that hobbles the later output of most veterans. On the contrary, there’s a sense of growing momentum, perhaps even of a little surprise. “It’s hard to believe I’m still alive, to be honest,” he smiles. “I should have been dead by 30, with the life I was leading. But I still have a career, and at 62, I’m still climbing the ladder, which keeps it exciting, instead of trying to rekindle past glories. I feel like I play with more fire than when I was 25. I’m still reaching, y’know…?”

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