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Tribute to Staff of Nebraska Medical Center


A tribute to the staff at the Nebraska Medical Center. They played this video at their employee forum yesterday where I also spoke briefly. Walter was up and walked a bit today, resuming his road to recovery.


Walter's Plans For The Future


 Walter's Plans For The Future

June 13, 2014

Post by Marie. A few days ago, Walter's new album, and book biography was released along with a documentary on his life (included in the CD/DVD package). To celebrate the occasion, an amazing cast of musician took to the stage at the Iridium in NYC - and the full documentary was shown to the audience in attendance. Walter and I had created this little introduction for the event. To experience the amazing DVD filmed in Walter's home right before his hospitalization, go to www.waltertrout.com and click "store".


Walter's Plans For The Future

June 10, 2014

Walter Trout talks with his wife Marie post-liver transplant about what helped him get through the tough times. And now what his plans are for the future as he begins his road to recovery.



 

Walter on KETV News

May 28, 2014

See KETV News broadcast Click image below


 

Marie tells Walter's Story


Click to watch video

May 20, 2014


 

 

 

March 20, 2014

Walter Trout Battles Liver Disease


Walter is currently hospitalized & in urgent need of a liver transplant!

He has been battling severe liver disease bravely for the past many months. He has continued touring and recording until a few weeks ago - he loves playing for people, and it has been the best medicine for him.

We were given hope that medicinal treatment could reverse his condition but we now know that this hasn't worked. His liver has failed, and doctors say his survival depends on receiving a transplant.

He is at UCLA in and out of Intensive Care, which is a prime facility for liver transplants. Walter has health insurance but this will not cover the full cost of his treatment. The medical expenses, co-pay, medication, after-care, etc. are going to be immense. 

Walter will need to cancel much of the tour planned for 2014 leaving him and his family with little income.

By helping support this effort, you can help give Walter peace of mind and focus solely on his health and recovery before, during and after the transplant.

The timeline is uncertain at this point. Waiting for a suitable liver donor in the hospital can be a lengthy and costly process of many weeks or even months.

There will be considerable cost for rehabilitation, re-training and physical therapy post-surgery

Quote From Walter's Wife Marie:

"Thank you for coming here and sending your love towards Walter. It means the world to him and to me to feel surrounded with your love and prayers at this difficult time. Walter has lost 100 pounds and most of his muscle tissue in the past year, and suffered much pain. It has been heart wrenching to watch him go through this. He has tried to put on a brave face for us all - he has kept playing, composing, singing, touring, and recording because music and communicating through music has always been his life line.. But he has reached the point, where he is too sick to stand up or even hold a guitar. Thank you again on Walter's behalf for your love and support."

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Walter Trout Battles Liver Disease - Videos

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USA sign up HERE
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Tribute to Staff of Nebraska Medical Center


A tribute to the staff at the Nebraska Medical Center. They played this video at their employee forum yesterday where I also spoke briefly. Walter was up and walked a bit today, resuming his road to recovery.


Walter's Plans For The Future


 Walter's Plans For The Future

June 13, 2014

Post by Marie. A few days ago, Walter's new album, and book biography was released along with a documentary on his life (included in the CD/DVD package). To celebrate the occasion, an amazing cast of musician took to the stage at the Iridium in NYC - and the full documentary was shown to the audience in attendance. Walter and I had created this little introduction for the event. To experience the amazing DVD filmed in Walter's home right before his hospitalization, go to www.waltertrout.com and click "store".


Walter's Plans For The Future

June 10, 2014

Walter Trout talks with his wife Marie post-liver transplant about what helped him get through the tough times. And now what his plans are for the future as he begins his road to recovery.



 

Walter on KETV News

May 28, 2014

See KETV News broadcast Click image below


 

Marie tells Walter's Story


Click to watch video

May 20, 2014


 

 

 

March 20, 2014

Walter Trout Battles Liver Disease


Walter is currently hospitalized & in urgent need of a liver transplant!

He has been battling severe liver disease bravely for the past many months. He has continued touring and recording until a few weeks ago - he loves playing for people, and it has been the best medicine for him.

We were given hope that medicinal treatment could reverse his condition but we now know that this hasn't worked. His liver has failed, and doctors say his survival depends on receiving a transplant.

He is at UCLA in and out of Intensive Care, which is a prime facility for liver transplants. Walter has health insurance but this will not cover the full cost of his treatment. The medical expenses, co-pay, medication, after-care, etc. are going to be immense. 

Walter will need to cancel much of the tour planned for 2014 leaving him and his family with little income.

By helping support this effort, you can help give Walter peace of mind and focus solely on his health and recovery before, during and after the transplant.

The timeline is uncertain at this point. Waiting for a suitable liver donor in the hospital can be a lengthy and costly process of many weeks or even months.

There will be considerable cost for rehabilitation, re-training and physical therapy post-surgery

Quote From Walter's Wife Marie:

"Thank you for coming here and sending your love towards Walter. It means the world to him and to me to feel surrounded with your love and prayers at this difficult time. Walter has lost 100 pounds and most of his muscle tissue in the past year, and suffered much pain. It has been heart wrenching to watch him go through this. He has tried to put on a brave face for us all - he has kept playing, composing, singing, touring, and recording because music and communicating through music has always been his life line.. But he has reached the point, where he is too sick to stand up or even hold a guitar. Thank you again on Walter's behalf for your love and support."

READ MORE ABOUT FUNDRAISING and WALTERS PROGRESS



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