Grammy nominated guitar-slinger, troublemaker, raconteur, producer, and Georgia boy, Butch Walker is the writer behind dozens of songs with hooks that just seem to stick with you. Rolling Stone has called Walker "one of America's best singer-songwriters." He’s penned choruses you can't help but sing along to for artists ranging from Frank Turner to Taylor Swift and produced massive rock records for Weezer, Fall Out Boy as well as Green Days’ latest hit album, Father of All Motherfuckers. Butch is currently in the studio with The Wallflowers, Billy Idol, and Jewel.
He is a teller of authentic stories of exploits, predicaments, and romance that are filled with optimism and a builder of albums with no boundaries - rock, pop, Americana, singer-songwriter.
His most recent album, released spring 2020, American Love Story, is a conceptual rock opera inspired by modern times in America. In 2016 via Dangerbird Records, Walker's album, Stay Gold, debuted at #2 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart as well as #10 on the Rock Chart. It's received broad critical acclaim, including praises from Rolling Stone, Wall Street Journal, The FADER, Consequence of Sound, Paste, American Songwriter, AV Club, and Esquire among many others.