Walter “Wolfman” Washington has been a mainstay in the New Orleans music scene since the early 1960s. He cut his teeth backing up some of the best singers and performers in New Orleans history including Lee Dorsey, Johnny Adams, and Irma Thomas before putting together his long time band The Roadmasters, who have been burning down and burning up local and national stages since their first gigs in the 1980s. This new record “My Future Is My Past” confirms what fans have known for years: Walter “Wolfman Washington has soul to go along with that fire.
Like many African-American musicians in the South, Washington started singing in school and the church. He had just hit double digits when he formed an acapella spirituals group in his neighborhood called the True Love and Gospel Singers. One Sunday they went on the local gospel show on WBOK to sing, and Washington noticed the guitar player in the studio who was playing behind them.
- about 4 years agoMy new album 'My Future Is My Past' is out today on @AntiRecords. You can purchase a copy or stream the record at… https://t.co/Khqp6GhPdr
- about 4 years agoNew Orleans – I’ll be doing an in-store performance at @PeachesRecords this @recordstoreday, April 21st at 4pm. See… https://t.co/kq98JWfIU1
- about 4 years agoMy new song "Even Now", featuring Irma Thomas, is out today. You can listen to the full track and pre-order a copy… https://t.co/ar5VYbZmj8
- about 4 years agoWild at the Square with the Wolfman! @YLCWATS #wednesdaysathesquare https://t.co/bhwHPdWRDN