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Episode 54:
Butch Walker





Arrival


Are you kidding me? Bring Butch back again, definitely! I just couldn't imagine if these two collaborated together. What an awesome display of talent, all the way around, guys!!! My hat's off to LFDH!!
- posted by tgreehornt - April 2, 2014
Say it isn't so is great! Paul was great on guitar, miss him.
- posted by Chaz - March 13, 2014
Butch is an INCREDIBLE talent!! And who could forget his "Freak Of The Weak" back in his Marvelous 3 days. There's not any type of music this cat can't do, if he wants. Thanks Daryl..LFDH is an incredible gift to the world.
- posted by UnkleJustin - February 12, 2014
Thank you so much for LFDH. The chemistry between Daryl and Butch was awesome. Please have him back! Would love to be able to buy "Why Was It So Easy" and many more of your songs from LFDH. Please put back up the first episodes of LFDH. I played them all the time, especially #1 and #3.
- posted by mimi4dh - February 4, 2014
This song is Still my favorite Performance of all the shows to date. Never had heard of Butch Walker before this. Perfect version. Great Vocals and Musicianship.
- posted by pscottydee - January 25, 2014
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Butch Walker
Butch Walker was thrilled to collaborate with Daryl for the show, raving, “Getting to roll into Daryl Hall’s compound up on a giant hill in the countryside of N.Y., then play some of my favorite songs of his with him, drink wine and eat amazing food with one of my childhood idols was something that gets marked off the list in my surreal, unpredictable life. I love my job.”

Said Daryl: “Butch is one of a kind, as both an artist and producer. We shared some great musical moments, not to mention a great meal and some superb camaraderie.”

The Cartersville, GA, native has produced hits and written songs for some of the biggest names in music, including Katy Perry, Weezer, Pink and Avril Lavigne. Rolling Stone named him Producer of the Year and called him “one of America’s bet singer-songwriters.” Walker performed alongside Taylor Swift and Stevie Nicks at the Grammys. He has released six solo albums since his debut in 1992, with the most recent collection, The Spade, featuring his band the Black Widows, coming out last August on L.A. indie Dangerbird Records. Last fall, Walker’s behind-the-scenes memoir of his life in music, Drinking with Strangers: Music Lessons from a Teenage Bullet Belt, was published by William Morrow, a division of Harper Collins.

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