Joe Louis Walker to release new studio album “Blues Comin’ On” on June 5th 2020

Joe Louis Walker Blues Comin’ On cover
Soulful blues phenom and Blues Hall of Fame inductee Joe Louis Walker is joined by a host of talented friends and peers on his superb new studio album, “Blues Comin’ On”.

The album features guest performances by fellow blues icons Keb’ Mo’, Eric Gales, and Albert Lee, plus Detroit soul singer Mitch Ryder, harmonica virtuoso Lee Oskar, Hot Tuna’s Jorma Kaukonen, punk rock vocalist Charlie Harper, legendary session player Waddy Wachtel, and so many more!

This album explodes with the passionate playing and soulful melodies that have made Walker a favorite among true blues aficionados including the Rolling Stones.

The first single to be released is the “Old Time Used to Be”, which features guest appearances by Keb’ Mo’ and John Sebastian of The Lovin’ Spoonful.

“From the opening track to the final note, the guests and fellow musicians on this album made this one of the best musical journeys I've ever had. I hope it's the same for you!”, reveals Joe.

The pre-release single, “Old Time Used to Be” can be listened here, or below.

The release date for the full album is June 5th, 2020, and will be available on a digipak CD and also on a wildly popular white vinyl will be available as a limited edition.

Pre-order the album here.

1. Feed the Poor (featuring Jorma Kaukonen)
2. Blues Comin’ On (featuring Eric Gales)
3. Someday, Someway (featuring Carla Cooke & Lee Oskar)
4. The Thang (featuring Jesse Johnson)
5. Old Time Used to Be (featuring Keb’ Mo’)
6. Come Back Home (featuring Mitch Ryder)
7. Bowlegged Woman, Knock-Kneed Man (featuring Waddy Wachtel)
8. Awake Me Shake Me (featuring Carla Cooke)
9. Lonely Weekends (featuring David Bromberg)
10. Seven More Steps (featuring Albert Lee)
11. Uptown to Harlem (featuring Jellybean Johnson)
12. 7 & 7 Is (featuring Arlen Roth & Charlie Harper)

Originally from San Francisco, Joe Louis Walker, a Blues Hall of Fame inductee and four-time Blues Music Award-winner, celebrates a career that exceeds a half century. His musical legacy as a prolific torchbearer for the blues is proven by his 26 albums.

A true powerhouse guitar virtuoso, unique singer, and prolific songwriter, he has toured extensively throughout his career, performed at the world's most renowned music festivals, and earned a legion of dedicated fans.

NPR Music has called Walker “a legendary boundary-pushing icon of modern blues,” and within the blues world, he is already being referred to as a living legend.