Benefit Gig Announced For Walter Trout
All proceeds will go towards Trout's medical treatment.
Blues guitarist Walter Trout announced recently that he was suffering from liver disease and urgently needed to raise money for his treatment in the US. So far over 250,000 dollars have been raised.
A benefit gig has now been announced to be taking place at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire on May 4, with all proceeds going to Trout's fund.
Walter previously announced that he will release a new album in June, while awaiting a liver transplant.
A donation page has been set up to raise funds to help cover Walter's medical bills. You can find out more and donate at http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/walter-trout-needs-a-new-liver-you-can-help-/151911.
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