The award-winning blues artist will tour Europe in support of the release.

Joe Louis Walker will release his latest album, Everybody Wants A Piece, on October 9th via the Provogue/Mascot Label Group. Walker writes about universal themes such as love and relationships to which everyone can relate.

The album’s producer is Grammy-winning guitarist/producer Paul Nelson of Johnny Winter fame. It was recorded at the Chop Shop studio near Philadelphia. The band on the album features Phillip Young (keyboards), Lenny Bradford (bass), Byron Cage (drums), and Joe Louis Walker (guitars, vocals, harp).

Joe Louis Walker is a four-time Blues Music Award-winner and Blues Hall of Fame inductee with a career spanning over half a century. Walker has toured extensively throughout his career performing at the most renowned music festivals in the world, which has gained him a strong following of dedicated fans.

Walker will also be crossing the pond for some European tour dates in October. He is expected to announce more dates.

A pre-order for Everybody Wants A Piece is currently underway.

Joe Louis Walker European Tour Dates
10/14 Tampere, Finland – Klubi
10/15 Helsinki, Finland – Savoy Theatre
10/16 Rauma, Finland – Poselli Concert Hall
10/17 Turku, Finland – Logomo
10/24 Utrecht, Netherlands – Ramblin Roots

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