Blues music on stage – a fantastic night out with Walter Trout
If more contemporary genres like techno are not your thing and you prefer softer crooning and acoustic tunes, Walter Trout’s music is what you are looking for. Back on the stage, this blues icon is sure to entertain you, so don’t waste any time and buy your Walter Trout tickets with us on StubHub today.
A survivor bringing blues music back on stage
Although nowadays it sometimes seems as if pop and techno are the only music on the scene, this could not be further from the truth. Blues icons like Walter Trout have enjoyed enormous success and continue to do so. After a spectacular career and his battle with liver cancer, he is now back on the international stages. Originally from Ocean City in New Jersey, Walter Trout started out working with various bands including Canned Heat and John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers before forming his own group, the "Walter Trout Band". Shortly later they changed their name into "Walter Trout and the Free Radicals" and finally settled on "Walter Trout and the Radicals". Revered by both the older and the younger generation, the American blues singer and songwriter is an icon of the past and present music scene, and his shows attract fans in the thousands. If you are one of them, purchase your Walter Trout tickets on StubHub today. You find you cannot make it to the show? Don’t worry, StubHub allows you to sell your Walter Trout tickets easily and without a hassle.
Music with a meaning
One of the things that make Walter Trout special is how his music often has hidden depths to it and a profound meaning that resonates with the general public and critics alike. In his album "Battle Scars", released in 2016 and winner of the Rock Blues Album of the Year Award, the artist talks about his battle against liver cancer. From his fear of time slipping away in "Almost Gone" to his experience in the hospital in "Omaha", to wondering why he managed to survive while others didn’t in "Gonna Live Again", Walter Trout takes the listener on a ride through a gamut of emotions that are relatable to all those who have battled – and won against – a serious illness. But "Battle Scars" is not the only album by the artist who touches lives. Another perfect example of how Walter Trout can serve as a unifier in times of great divisiveness is also "We’re All in This Together", a joint project from a great number of singers released in 2017. The album includes pieces by world-class artists such as Kenny Wayne Sheperd, Randy Bachman, John Mayall, and Joe Bonamassa, and it can easily be read as a testament to friendship and communion – great sentiments indeed.