Fender Studio Sessions
Butch Walker Recorded at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles, CA

2013 wasn’t an easy year for Butch Walker.

The unsung hero of many of the hottest pop songs in recent years lost one of his closest confidantes with the passing of his father, Willard Eugene “Big Butch” Walker. As a tribute to his fallen idol, the younger Walker got back into the studio to release an EP called Peachtree Battle, a title that also recalled his hometown of Cartersville, Ga.

The record features five songs that directly address Big Butch’s passing. Each one of them is quite autobiographical, such as “Coming Home,” a tale of the younger Walker’s trek from Georgia to Los Angeles and back as he dealt with his family’s tragedy.

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Experience the legendary Fender sound from another perspective Fender Studio Sessions bring you inside some of the nation’s most acclaimed recording studios for an intimate look at live performance sessions with a diverse group of impressive artists. Music fans can enjoy artist performances captured at historic venues and studios across the country. And with uncompromised sound and a truly intimate vibe, Fender Studio Sessions offer a unique opportunity to catch your favorite bands as you have never seen or heard them before. Fender’s inaugural Studio Session series kicks off in the legendary Studio A at Capitol Records and revives the energy and sonic excellence of one of the most revered record labels. Now a music industry landmark, the familiar circular building at the intersection of Hollywood and Vine harkens back to a musical golden age, when Capitol breathed life into early rock ‘n’ roll, helped the Beach Boys define their California sound and introduced an American audience to the Beatles.

Past Performances

  • Meg Myers

  • Youngblood Hawke

  • Vintage Trouble

  • Grouplove

  • Butch Walker

  • Michael Landau