Walter Trout Awards
May 05, 2016

              Walter Trout Wins

        TWO Blues Music Awards

Walter wins 2016 Blues Music Awards in two categories: Rock blues album and best song of the year. Walter was on the road, and his wife and manager Marie, producer, Eric Corne, and son, Dylan picked up the award at the Blues Music Awards in Memphis, TN.

Walter wins 2016 Blues Music Awards in two categories: Rock blues album and best song of the year. Walter was on the road, and his wife and manager Marie, producer, Eric Corne, and son, Dylan picked up the award at the Blues Music Awards in Memphis, TN.


November 18, 2015

Walter Trout Wins British Blues Award Again

Last night in Glasgow -- here I am with Paul Stewart and Nancy Lippold-Ingram. They presented me with the 2 consecutive British Blues Awards that I won in the favorite overseas artist category. I won 3 years in a row . I am now in The British Blues hall of fame. These are the 2 awards I was unable to pick up due to my illness.( I have one at home) . I got to meet a roomful of great Scottish musicians who had played a benefit show for me over a year ago -- in the same venue. After this ceremony I played to the people of Glasgow and was overwhelmed by the love they showed .A beautiful and humbling evening -- Thank you !!!


Walter Trout Wins Prestigious SENA European Guitar Award

October 16, 2015

The American Huntington Beach-based guitar player Walter Trout is the winner of the Sena European Guitar Award 2015.  Trout  will receive the prestigious award on Friday, November the 27th. Trout will be handed this award at the ceremony in Club Ziggo in Amsterdam. Last year, former Guns ‘n Roses and Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash received the award. 

In previous years, several famous guitar players have won the Sena European Guitar Award (SEGA). In 2011, Queen guitar player Brian May collected the prize in the Netherlands and played during the awards ceremony. Toto guitarist Steve Lukather won the prize in 2010, and last year, Slash visited Club Ziggo and received the award from Golden Earring-guitarist George Kooymans, who won the prize in 2012. Before that, players like Jan Akkerman (Focus) and Adriaan Vandenberg (Whitesnake/Vandenberg) were honourable winners of the SEGA. READ MORE


Aug 24, 2014

Walter Trout Wins British Blues Award Again

More: www.britishbluesawards.com


Dec 10, 2013

Walter Trout

Receives 3rd

Nomination at 

Blues Awards

www.blues.org


       British Blues Awards 2013 - Winner

Walter Trout wins British Blues Award 2013.jpg

Click to see all winners here 

Being presented with the award

Presented by Raw Promo

The Award


iTunes Best Blues Song of 2012

Jan 7, 2013

Walter Trout - Best of iTunes 2012

                iTunes Best Blues Song of 2012:
           Walter Trout's Blues For My Baby

                     Click here for more


 

50 Best Blues Songs

Arrow Rock Radio

Dutch National Radio Station Arrow Classic Rock asked their listeners to make up a list of what they feel is the blues song ever made. It turned out to become a chart of 50 best blues songs and Walter Trout is leading the list with the song "Say Goodbye To The Blues" (1991). Walter is also at 26 with Danny Bryant & Walter Trout - Days like this.http://www.bluesmagazine.nl/arrow-classic-rock-blues-top-50-aller-tijden-editie-2009

 


 

Walter Trout was nominated for a BMA award

Walter Trout was nominated for an award in the "Rockblues category" at the 30th Blues Music Awards in Memphis, TN on May 7th 2009
Join the the Blues Foundation at http://www.blues.org/

 


 

BBC Radio 1: Top 20 Guitarist Poll

BBC Radio 1
Top 20 Guitarist Poll
Bob Harris Show

154 different guitarists were voted for with thousands of votes cast. Only 1 vote separated 3rd and 4th and only a few votes between 4th and 6th

1 Eric Clapton
2 Jimi Hendrix
3 Gary Moore
4 Jimmy Page
5 Mark Knopfler
=6 Walter Trout
=6 Brian May
8 Joe Satriani
9 Peter Green
10 Stevie Ray Vaughan
11 Dave Gilmore
12 Ry Cooder
13 Steve Vai
14 Frank Zappa
15 Jeff Beck
16 Paul Kossoff
17 Rory Gallagher
18 BB King
19 Jeff Healey
20 Eddy Van Halen

Bob Harris currently has his radio show in the UK on BBC Radio 2 every Saturday 22.00-01.00

Visit the Bob Harris web site

 


 

50 Best Blues Songs

Arrow Rock Radio

Dutch National Radio Station Arrow Classic Rock asked their listeners to make up a list of what they feel is the blues song ever made. It turned out to become a chart of 50 best blues songs and Walter Trout is leading the list with the song "Say Goodbye To The Blues" (1991). And Walter's version of Jimi Hendrix's "Red House" (Life in the Jungle) can be found at no. 24 of the list.

Arrow Rock

Click here for full details on PDF file

1. Walter Trout - Say Goodbye To The Blues (1991)
2. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Tin Pin Alley (1984)
3. Joe Bonamassa - Tea For One (2006)
4. Rory Gallagher - Too Much Alcohol (1974)
5. Albert Collins - Black Cat Bone (1985)
6. ZZ Top - My Head's In Mississippi (1990)
7. Eric Clapton - Third Degree (1994)
8. Rory Gallager - I Could've Had Religion (1972)
9. Luther Allison - Cherry Red (1995)
10. Red Devils - Devil Woman (1992)
11. Roy Buchanan - The Messiah Will Come Again (1972)
12. Hans Theessink - One Hundred And Ten In The Shade (2004)
13. Elmore James - Dust My Broom (1936)
14. Jimi Hendrix - Red House (1967)
15. John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillen' (1935)
16. Lonnie Mack - Stop (1985)
17. ZZ Top - Brown Sugar
18. Julian Sas - Terpentine Moan (1996)
19. Gary Moore - Still Got The Blues (1990)
20. Freddie King - Key To The Highway (1996)
21. B.B. King - Sweet Sixteen (1960)
22. Muddy Waters - Hoochie Koochie Man (1954)
23. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Little Wing (1991)
24. Walter Trout - Red House (1989)
25. Dave Hole - Up All Night Thinking
26. Sonny Landreth - C'est Chaud (1995)
27. Buddy Guy - Damn Right I've Got The Blues (1991)
28. Monster Mike Welch - Cold Poison (1996)
29. Bonnie Raitt - Love Me Like A Man (1995)
30. Joe Bonamassa - Blues Deluxe (2003)
31. Jeff Healey Band - Road House Blues
32. Albert Collins - If Trouble Was Money (1984)
33. Susan Tedeschi - Just Won't Burn (1998)
34. John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom (1961)
35. Johhny Winter - Boot Hill (1984)
36. Luther Allison - Little Red Rooster (2002)
37. Rory Gallagher - As The Crow Flies (1974)
38. Gary Moore - The Messiah Will Come Again (1989)
39. Michael Katon - Walking Blues (1993)
40. B. B. King - Paying The Cost To Be The Boss (1995)
41. Keb'Mo - Every Morning (1994)
42. Howling Wolf - Killing Floor (1966)
43. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Pride & Joy (1983)
44. Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago (1980)
45. Robert Johnson - Crossroads (1936)
46. Ian Parker - It Hurts A Man (2006)
47. Cuby & The Blizzards - Brother Booze (1991)
48. John Mayall - Room To Move (1969)
49. Gary Moore - Walking By Myself (1990)
50. De Arrow Blues Box Band - Doppie (2005)

 


 

BluesWax Album of the Year 2006

Walter Trout's Full Circle voted BluesWax Album of the Year 2006

Blueswax writes:

"Yes, the readers of BluesWax, the largest subscribed Blues publication in the world, have selected their BluesWax Artist of the Year 2006 and BluesWax Album of the Year 2006. During November and December we took your nominations and created a final ballot of six artists and six albums and then for the past few weeks you voted. As the largest subscribed Blues publication in the world, these awards are open to more fans than any other awards in the Blues. The final ballot for BluesWax BluesWax Album of the Year 2006 was

Walter Trout's Full Circle

As with the Artist of the Year Award, the nominating process for BluesWax Album of the Year 2006 began back in November when our readers and contributors began making nominations. The nominating process created the final ballot of:

Ain't Easy No More-Mark Hummel
Do I Move You-Janiva Magness
Full Circle-Walter Trout
Last Call-Lynwood Slim
The Torch-Ronnie Baker Brooks
Watermelon Slim and the Workers-Watermelon Slim and the Workers

These were all great nominations and we loved every one of them! In the final voting, again with record returns, you selected Walter Trout's Full Circle as BluesWax Album of the Year 2006.

BluesWax caught up with Walter Trout at home after a recent tour of Asia. Winning the Album of the Year award for Full Circle elicited this response from Trout, "To all the fans who voted for me: I am very moved by this honor you have given to my album Full Circle. This project was a labor of love for me and having you choose it as Album of the Year makes it a very special milestone in my long career. Thanks again and I'll see you on the road!"

The staff of BluesWax congratulates Walter Trout for winning the BluesWax Album of the Year Awards! And we thank the thousands of you who participated in this year's nominating and voting process. You have spoken!

http://www.blueswax.com

 



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Walter Trout Awards
May 05, 2016

              Walter Trout Wins

        TWO Blues Music Awards

Walter wins 2016 Blues Music Awards in two categories: Rock blues album and best song of the year. Walter was on the road, and his wife and manager Marie, producer, Eric Corne, and son, Dylan picked up the award at the Blues Music Awards in Memphis, TN.

Walter wins 2016 Blues Music Awards in two categories: Rock blues album and best song of the year. Walter was on the road, and his wife and manager Marie, producer, Eric Corne, and son, Dylan picked up the award at the Blues Music Awards in Memphis, TN.


November 18, 2015

Walter Trout Wins British Blues Award Again

Last night in Glasgow -- here I am with Paul Stewart and Nancy Lippold-Ingram. They presented me with the 2 consecutive British Blues Awards that I won in the favorite overseas artist category. I won 3 years in a row . I am now in The British Blues hall of fame. These are the 2 awards I was unable to pick up due to my illness.( I have one at home) . I got to meet a roomful of great Scottish musicians who had played a benefit show for me over a year ago -- in the same venue. After this ceremony I played to the people of Glasgow and was overwhelmed by the love they showed .A beautiful and humbling evening -- Thank you !!!


Walter Trout Wins Prestigious SENA European Guitar Award

October 16, 2015

The American Huntington Beach-based guitar player Walter Trout is the winner of the Sena European Guitar Award 2015.  Trout  will receive the prestigious award on Friday, November the 27th. Trout will be handed this award at the ceremony in Club Ziggo in Amsterdam. Last year, former Guns ‘n Roses and Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash received the award. 

In previous years, several famous guitar players have won the Sena European Guitar Award (SEGA). In 2011, Queen guitar player Brian May collected the prize in the Netherlands and played during the awards ceremony. Toto guitarist Steve Lukather won the prize in 2010, and last year, Slash visited Club Ziggo and received the award from Golden Earring-guitarist George Kooymans, who won the prize in 2012. Before that, players like Jan Akkerman (Focus) and Adriaan Vandenberg (Whitesnake/Vandenberg) were honourable winners of the SEGA. READ MORE


Aug 24, 2014

Walter Trout Wins British Blues Award Again

More: www.britishbluesawards.com


Dec 10, 2013

Walter Trout

Receives 3rd

Nomination at 

Blues Awards

www.blues.org


       British Blues Awards 2013 - Winner

Walter Trout wins British Blues Award 2013.jpg

Click to see all winners here 

Being presented with the award

Presented by Raw Promo

The Award


iTunes Best Blues Song of 2012

Jan 7, 2013

Walter Trout - Best of iTunes 2012

                iTunes Best Blues Song of 2012:
           Walter Trout's Blues For My Baby

                     Click here for more


 

50 Best Blues Songs

Arrow Rock Radio

Dutch National Radio Station Arrow Classic Rock asked their listeners to make up a list of what they feel is the blues song ever made. It turned out to become a chart of 50 best blues songs and Walter Trout is leading the list with the song "Say Goodbye To The Blues" (1991). Walter is also at 26 with Danny Bryant & Walter Trout - Days like this.http://www.bluesmagazine.nl/arrow-classic-rock-blues-top-50-aller-tijden-editie-2009

 


 

Walter Trout was nominated for a BMA award

Walter Trout was nominated for an award in the "Rockblues category" at the 30th Blues Music Awards in Memphis, TN on May 7th 2009
Join the the Blues Foundation at http://www.blues.org/

 


 

BBC Radio 1: Top 20 Guitarist Poll

BBC Radio 1
Top 20 Guitarist Poll
Bob Harris Show

154 different guitarists were voted for with thousands of votes cast. Only 1 vote separated 3rd and 4th and only a few votes between 4th and 6th

1 Eric Clapton
2 Jimi Hendrix
3 Gary Moore
4 Jimmy Page
5 Mark Knopfler
=6 Walter Trout
=6 Brian May
8 Joe Satriani
9 Peter Green
10 Stevie Ray Vaughan
11 Dave Gilmore
12 Ry Cooder
13 Steve Vai
14 Frank Zappa
15 Jeff Beck
16 Paul Kossoff
17 Rory Gallagher
18 BB King
19 Jeff Healey
20 Eddy Van Halen

Bob Harris currently has his radio show in the UK on BBC Radio 2 every Saturday 22.00-01.00

Visit the Bob Harris web site

 


 

50 Best Blues Songs

Arrow Rock Radio

Dutch National Radio Station Arrow Classic Rock asked their listeners to make up a list of what they feel is the blues song ever made. It turned out to become a chart of 50 best blues songs and Walter Trout is leading the list with the song "Say Goodbye To The Blues" (1991). And Walter's version of Jimi Hendrix's "Red House" (Life in the Jungle) can be found at no. 24 of the list.

Arrow Rock

Click here for full details on PDF file

1. Walter Trout - Say Goodbye To The Blues (1991)
2. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Tin Pin Alley (1984)
3. Joe Bonamassa - Tea For One (2006)
4. Rory Gallagher - Too Much Alcohol (1974)
5. Albert Collins - Black Cat Bone (1985)
6. ZZ Top - My Head's In Mississippi (1990)
7. Eric Clapton - Third Degree (1994)
8. Rory Gallager - I Could've Had Religion (1972)
9. Luther Allison - Cherry Red (1995)
10. Red Devils - Devil Woman (1992)
11. Roy Buchanan - The Messiah Will Come Again (1972)
12. Hans Theessink - One Hundred And Ten In The Shade (2004)
13. Elmore James - Dust My Broom (1936)
14. Jimi Hendrix - Red House (1967)
15. John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillen' (1935)
16. Lonnie Mack - Stop (1985)
17. ZZ Top - Brown Sugar
18. Julian Sas - Terpentine Moan (1996)
19. Gary Moore - Still Got The Blues (1990)
20. Freddie King - Key To The Highway (1996)
21. B.B. King - Sweet Sixteen (1960)
22. Muddy Waters - Hoochie Koochie Man (1954)
23. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Little Wing (1991)
24. Walter Trout - Red House (1989)
25. Dave Hole - Up All Night Thinking
26. Sonny Landreth - C'est Chaud (1995)
27. Buddy Guy - Damn Right I've Got The Blues (1991)
28. Monster Mike Welch - Cold Poison (1996)
29. Bonnie Raitt - Love Me Like A Man (1995)
30. Joe Bonamassa - Blues Deluxe (2003)
31. Jeff Healey Band - Road House Blues
32. Albert Collins - If Trouble Was Money (1984)
33. Susan Tedeschi - Just Won't Burn (1998)
34. John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom (1961)
35. Johhny Winter - Boot Hill (1984)
36. Luther Allison - Little Red Rooster (2002)
37. Rory Gallagher - As The Crow Flies (1974)
38. Gary Moore - The Messiah Will Come Again (1989)
39. Michael Katon - Walking Blues (1993)
40. B. B. King - Paying The Cost To Be The Boss (1995)
41. Keb'Mo - Every Morning (1994)
42. Howling Wolf - Killing Floor (1966)
43. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Pride & Joy (1983)
44. Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago (1980)
45. Robert Johnson - Crossroads (1936)
46. Ian Parker - It Hurts A Man (2006)
47. Cuby & The Blizzards - Brother Booze (1991)
48. John Mayall - Room To Move (1969)
49. Gary Moore - Walking By Myself (1990)
50. De Arrow Blues Box Band - Doppie (2005)

 


 

BluesWax Album of the Year 2006

Walter Trout's Full Circle voted BluesWax Album of the Year 2006

Blueswax writes:

"Yes, the readers of BluesWax, the largest subscribed Blues publication in the world, have selected their BluesWax Artist of the Year 2006 and BluesWax Album of the Year 2006. During November and December we took your nominations and created a final ballot of six artists and six albums and then for the past few weeks you voted. As the largest subscribed Blues publication in the world, these awards are open to more fans than any other awards in the Blues. The final ballot for BluesWax BluesWax Album of the Year 2006 was

Walter Trout's Full Circle

As with the Artist of the Year Award, the nominating process for BluesWax Album of the Year 2006 began back in November when our readers and contributors began making nominations. The nominating process created the final ballot of:

Ain't Easy No More-Mark Hummel
Do I Move You-Janiva Magness
Full Circle-Walter Trout
Last Call-Lynwood Slim
The Torch-Ronnie Baker Brooks
Watermelon Slim and the Workers-Watermelon Slim and the Workers

These were all great nominations and we loved every one of them! In the final voting, again with record returns, you selected Walter Trout's Full Circle as BluesWax Album of the Year 2006.

BluesWax caught up with Walter Trout at home after a recent tour of Asia. Winning the Album of the Year award for Full Circle elicited this response from Trout, "To all the fans who voted for me: I am very moved by this honor you have given to my album Full Circle. This project was a labor of love for me and having you choose it as Album of the Year makes it a very special milestone in my long career. Thanks again and I'll see you on the road!"

The staff of BluesWax congratulates Walter Trout for winning the BluesWax Album of the Year Awards! And we thank the thousands of you who participated in this year's nominating and voting process. You have spoken!

http://www.blueswax.com