Butch Walker has released two EPs, they are titled Heartwork(2004), and Cover Me Bad (2005).
Bands Butch Walker has produced and/or written for include: Avril Lavigne, Fall Out Boy, The Academy Is..., Bowling for Soup, Pink, Lit, Simple Plan, Puffy AmiYumi and All-American Rejects. Just to name a few.
Butch Walker was featured as a headlining artist on the MySpace-promoted Inaugural Hotel Cafe tour, supporting independent artists.
A few of the songs Butch has written have been hits for other artists including Bowling For Soup's song, Girl All the Bad Guys Want.
His band, 1969 have four songs posted on their MySpace profile. A full-length album titled Maya was released in late 2007.
A couple of bands that Butch has played guitar and performed in are Bad Boyz, and Byte the Bullet, which was changed to SouthGang.
When Butch took over lead vocals instead of guitar he was in bands such as Floyds Funk Revival, The Floyds, and Marvelous 3.
In late 2005, Butch released his first DVD, Live at Budokan.
Butch Walker is classified as an American songwriter, recording artist, and record producer.
Butch Walker produced The Academy Is...'s album Santi, and he provided keyboard sound and back up vocals on a few songs.
On the band Fall Out Boy's 2007 album Infinity on High, Butch is credited for vocals on the song You're Crashing, But Your No Wave as "The Forman", for co-producing the song Don't You Know Who I Think I Am? with Patrick Stump, and he is credited for crowd vocals on the songs; Hum Halleujah, This Ain't a Scene, It's An Arms Race, and Bang the Doldrums. He also has a short cameo in the video for the song This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race.
The video for the song Slow Down by The Academy Is... was filmed at Butch Walker's house, and he makes a small cameo on the vid. He is making eggs and listening to The Academy Is... play in his living room.
Butch Walker was a guest judge on the second season of the American reality show Rock Star: Supernova. The winner was Lukas Rossi and Walker produced a self titled album for the band which was released on November 21, 2006.
Butch Walker was named Rolling Stone's Producer of the Year in 2005.
In 2005, as a solo artist Butch Walker toured the USA and Japan, playing over 200 live shows.
As a solo artist Butch released the ablums, Left to Self-Centered(2002), Letters(2004), The Rise and Fall Of Butch Walker and the Lets-Go-Out-Tonights (2006). He also had a live album in 2005, titled This is Me... Justified and Stripped.
Butch Walker: (When asked the question of who he would produce for if he had the chance) My wish list of people to produce is pretty small. I don't think of this as a job; everything I've ever done has come to me. I never really approached anyone [to produce] because I did it on my own time. However, if Elvis Costello came along and asked me to do his record, I wouldn't turn that down. The only other musician is Elvis Presley, but I don't think that'll be happening.