Walter Trout has been nothing short of prolific over the course of his seven decades on this Earth. He’s set to release his 29th solo album over a career that has spanned the globe, and delivered notoriety as one of thegreat purveyors of the blues and blues rock. Trout's history is equal parts thriller, romance, suspense and horror. There are musical fireworks, critical acclaim and fists-aloft triumph, offset by wilderness years, brushes with the jaws of narcotic oblivion, and the survival of an organ transplant few come back from. From 1973,when he left his New Jersey home headed to Los Angeles, he has followed a road that afforded him anopportunity to just play, sharing the stage as a sideman with Jesse Ed Davis, Big Mama Thornton, John LeeHooker, Lowell Fulson, Joe Tex, and of course the great John Mayall (following a three year tenure in CannedHeat). When Trout walked away from the Bluesbreakers, he embarked on a solo career that has yielded a cataloguethat has established a deep legacy in theworld of Blues, Americana, and the realm of revered singer-songwriters. While many would slow down as they approach their 70thbirthday, Trout continues to deliver inspired recordings, performances, and a voice that articulates relevant ideology and insights in to The World that inspires his deep perspective. There’s no autopilot emanating from Walter Trout, but a true a sense ofgrowing momentum, elements of surprise, and repertoire that continues to be more compelling with each new creation.