August 27, 2017

Walter Trout is the consummate bluesman, a singer, songwriter and blazing guitarist whose career has seen him performing and recording all around the world with a litany of the genre’s very best artists.

His new album, “We’re All In This Together,” released today on the Provogue label, is both a testament to his stature and the affection for which he is held in the music community. It is also a stunning achievement, for Trout gathered 14 of his best musical colleagues and then wrote original songs for each one, which he performs with them on the record.

If Trout’s new album is a landmark work, it’s also a most remarkable revival for a man whose very survival was in doubt by the end of 2012. Trout, a New Jersey native who had moved to Los Angeles and joined John Lee Hooker’s band in the early 1970s, went on to a stint in Canned Heat. Perhaps his most famous work as a sideman was in John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, from 1984-89, when he and Coco Montoya provided the British blues legend with o...

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