Hailed as one of the finest guitarists in rock history, Robin Trower’s career has spanned more than four decades. Trower spent the early 60s playing guitar in various London based bands, the most successful being The Paramount who specialised in mostly covers, and released several singles from 1963 and 1965. The Rolling Stones were big fans. In 1967, Trower received his big break when he joined Procol Harum, and he remained a member until 1972. After leaving Procol Harum, Trower embarked on his solo career, formed a power trio that transformed him into a celebrated guitar innovator. His early albums share a tough, explosive guitar style mixed with his trademark ‘soft psychedelia‘ that made Robin Trower stand out from the crowd. Throughout his solo career, Trower has been regarded as the ‘White Hendrix’ due to his uncanny ability to channel Jimi’s bluesy, psychedelic, Fender Strat playing style. Trower released his solo debut, Twice Removed From Yesterday, in 1973. The album barely left a dent in the US charts, but that would change soon enough with his next release 1974’s Bridge of Sighs. The album skyrocketed into the US Top Ten, peaking at number seven selling a million and a half copies. It still sells 15,000 copies yearly worldwide. When it comes to a new album by Robin Trower, some things never change. The guitar work will be breathtaking. The song writing will be heartfelt and fearless. The vocal will siphon the soul. According to Robin his latest album Where Are You Going To is a continuation from his last album, Something’s About to Change.