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Butch Walker was born in Rome, Italy on Friday, November 14, 1969. He was the frontman of Byte the Bullet, getting the group a deal with Virgin Records and changing their name to Southgate.
Name: Butch Walker Known As:GuitaristBirth Date:November 14, 1969Birthplace:Rome, ItalyCurrent Age:50 years nationality:AmericanZodiac Sign:ScorpioGeneration:Generation X Born on November 14, 1969, in Rome, Georgia, United States.
Birth name: Bradley Glenn Walker ButchWalker’s Wife: Nora Ahmad Nationality: American Began career: 1985 Associated acts: Marvelous 3, Southgate Floyd's Funk Revival, Floyd's. Instruments: Vocals, guitar, piano, bass, percussion, programming, organ, banjo, mandolin.
If you are going down... go down swinging, singing, and loving.2I would have never thought in a million years that I would appeal to an April fan. He's currently a solo artist.4Has been compared to Jim Carry because of his facial expressions.
Walker grew up in Cartersville, Georgia, working as a guitarist and performer in several rock bands in the 1980s, including Band Boy and Byte the Bullet. In 1988, he took Byte the Bullet to Los Angeles, and they were signed to Virgin Records within the year.
The band then changed their name to Southgate and released two albums, Tainted Angel in 1991 and Group Therapy in 1992. Southgate eventually disbanded after Virgin modified their contract and tried to send them in the wrong direction.
Walker and the rest of the Southgate members remain on good terms. After South gang, Walker formed a new band with ex-SouthGang members Jayce Fischer and Mitch McGee (aka: Doug Mitchell), calling themselves Floyd's Funk Revival after Walker's birthplace Floyd County, Georgia.
Walker shared lead vocals in the band with Fischer's wife, Christina Lore. The album contained thirteen original tracks with Lore taking a large share of the lead vocals and heavy reliance on guitar.
They released one self-titled album on the Deep South label, which contained ten original tracks along with a humorous intro piece. Calling themselves Marvelous 3, they released the album Math and Other Problems on Deep South Records in 1997.
Album on Electra Records and had a minor hit with the song “Freak of the Week.” That album failed to continue the momentum created by the prior release, however, and perceiving a lack of support from their record label, they disbanded in 2001.
Their final concert was on August 3, 2001, at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park in front of their hometown fans. Butch Walker was featured as a headlining artist on the MySpace-promoted Inaugural Hotel Café tour, supporting independent artists from the Los Angeles venue of the same name.
The DVD and audio are titled Leaving' the Game on Luckier Street (Luckier Street is the road the venue at which the show was played, the Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA). Then working with Michael Chiclets of The Academy Is... and Darren Dodd of The Let's Go Out Tones under the name 1969 released a full-length debut album titled Maya on April 1, 2008.
Sycamore Meadows was originally slated for a holiday release in the summer of 2008, but was postponed due to personal reasons until November 11, according to his MySpace blog. The first single from Sycamore Meadows was the first track, titled “The Weight of Her”.
The video for “Ships in a Bottle” documents Walker walking on the grounds of his home on Sycamore Meadows Drive in Southern California after it was destroyed by the wildfires of November 2007. Both Maya and Sycamore Meadows were released on a limited run of vinyl.
Walker played a series of sold-out live shows with just acoustic guitar and vocals beginning in fall 2009, accompanied at various times by Pink, actor Jeremy Given, Jim Bianca, the Chain Sisters and More. Out of the shows came a cover of Taylor Swift's single You Belong with Me on mandolin, which was later recorded as a video and audio version in his studio.
Swift blogged about the video and then invited Walker to appear with her at the winter 2010 Grammy Awards. Walker began work on his next album in 2009, and ultimately released I Liked It Better When You Had No Heart on February 23, 2010, under the band name Butch Walker & the Black Widows.
Recording sessions were held at Rumored Productions in Santa Monica, California. On August 30, 2011, Butch Walker released his second album with the Black Widows, titled The Spade.
On October 25, 2011, Walker released his first book, an autobiography entitled Drinking with Strangers: Music Lessons from a Teenage Bullet Belt. In June 2016 it was announced that Walker's upcoming album would be titled Stay Gold.
It was released on August 26, 2016, on Danger bird Records in the United States and on Lojinx in Europe. The album is once again self-produced by Walker, with the songs “Stay Gold”, “East Coast Girl” and “Descending” (featuring Ashley Monroe) issued before the album's release.
Walker performing live in 2014. On March 27, 2021, Butch premiered the first promo track for his upcoming album named American Love Story, which is set to be released on May 8. This song, “Pretty Crazy,” was released on social media and streaming services.
He has penned choruses for artists ranging from Frank Turner to Fall Out Boy. He has produced and composed multiple Pink records and songs including “Leave Me Alone (I’m Lonely)” from I'm Not Dead, “Bad Influence” from Fun house, and “Heartbreak Down” from The Greatest Hits...
In 2019, he was a producer on Green Day's highly anticipated 2020 release, Father of All Motherfuckers, which debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200. Butch Walker worked with Geezer on their albums Latitude and Pacific Daydream.
Walker mentioned working with the band during a radio interview with 99X. Walker co-wrote and produced several songs on Latitude, including the first single, “If You're Wondering if I Want You To... (I Want You To)”, which hit number two on the Modern Rock Chart.
He also made a brief cameo in the video for “This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race”. In 2012, Walker produced Fall Out Boy’s fifth studio album Save Rock and Roll, which debuted at number one on the U.S.
Preceded by the lead single, “The Ballad of Mona Lisa”, the album debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200 selling 56,000 copies within its first week. In 2008 Walker signed on to judge a competition called Spin's Hot Pursuit to find an unsigned band for Epic Records/Original Signal hosted on Music Nation.
In January 2009, post-hardcore band Basin tapped Walker to produce their second album for Capitol Records. Many of the songs that he co-wrote or produced have been hits for other artists, including SR-71, Avril Lavigne, Seven dust, Injected, The Donna's, Hot Heat, American Hi-fi, Default, Gob, Midtown, Puffy Miami, Pink, Katy Perry, Pete Born, Quiet drive, Green Day, Adam Lambert, Rob Thomas of Matchbox 20, Ray land Baxter, Kevin Griffin of Better Than Ezra, Train, The Wallflowers, Jewel, The All-American Rejects, The Academy Is..., The Cab, Basin, Never Shout, Geezer, New Politics, Fall Out Boy, The Struts, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Matt Nathanson, and Elizabeth Cook.
The documentary Out of Focus premiered at the Nashville Film Festival in April 2012. Directed by Shane Values and Peter Harding, it focuses on ButchWalker's life and music.
Its first European showing occurred in the context of the Oldenburg Filmiest, Germany (August 2012). In November 2007, Walker and his family lost all of their possessions, including the masters to every song he had ever recorded, when the Malibu home he was renting from Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers burned down as a result of a wildfire in Southern California.
He titled his next album Sycamore Meadows after the street the house was on. Butch Walker splits his time between Malibu, CA and Nashville, TN.
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