HARMONIZED RECORDS RECORDING ARTIST
BILLY WALTON BAND
RELEASE NEW SINGLE
“CAN’T LOVE NO ONE”

July 10, 2020 (New York, NY) – Rock’n’roll blues group, Billy Walton Band today released
their first single, “Can’t Love No One” from their forthcoming album Dark Hour which is due out
later in 2020. Released on Harmonized Records, the album was recorded at Cambridge Sound
Studio and was engineered by Grammy-nominated engineer Jim Salamone.
Grateful Web exclusively premiered the new single and said, “Effortlessly cool, the new track
seamlessly blends elements of rock, blues, and funk, creating a danceable and jamming song
with lead singer Billy Walton looking back on a failed relationship.”
In “Can’t Love No One” singer/guitarist and bandleader Billy Walton flips the script on traditional
breakup songs. Rather than being heartbroken, Walton uses the lyrics of the song to console a
former romantic interest, “Honey it’s not you, I swear it’s me… I can’t love no one”.
Accompanied by his band, Billy Walton delivers a powerful vocal performance along with a
soulful guitar solo.
With a new album on the way, and though unable to tour to support its release, Billy Walton
Band has been performing live on social media to fans and is planning to do more
performances in the coming weeks.

ABOUT DARK HOUR
Billy Walton Band recorded Dark Hour in Philadelphia, and it was tracked at Cambridge Sound
Studio with Grammy-nominated engineer, Jim Salamone (Teddy Pendergrass). The band brought in
Bruce Krywinski on trumpet, and drummer Francis Valentino (David Lee Roth Band), to round out
the already rich line up of musicians.

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