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Beth
April 20th 2016
I feel Keith Walker is incredibly talented. I will always support him, and I'm not in any contract with him. It is with purest sincerity, that I say that Belcourt Taps should have been packed, but I don't blame them. I feel that with a proper marketing team strategy, everyone & venue will be happy with the money they make. Keith really is a fabulous songwriter/ singer manifests his ability to create his unique sound in country. He is just as fantastic live (bc he projects so well), as he is recorded. I recommend buying his high quality albums: Miles From You & The Chase, and his new one out this summer. He should not be ignored & should be elevated. Whoever does his marketing; make people dying to see/hear him...and Keith is also a fab story teller and more. You can find him & his team on all his social media under his name & Twitter as @kwalkercountry.! Enjoy listening,, buying, & soar to Grammys🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
Nashville, TN@
Belcourt Taps

About Keith Walker

It’s easy to say you “love” something, but it’s the route in which that emotion came from that means the most. For singer/songwriter Keith Walker, nothing could be more true. Keith loves country music, which seems odd coming from a guy raised in a picture perfect beach town at the end of the LAX runway. Yet the road in which he got here makes perfect sense. The sounds of Hank Williams, Dolly Parton and Conway Twitty had always resonated through the walls of Keith’s California childhood home, yet it never quite clicked that it was his calling in life until he saw his brother go through the intense pain of watching his high school girlfriend fall in to a coma after a car accident. Watching someone who he always looked up to experience so much pain and seem so vulnerable led to an eye opening experience, as the one thing that made him feel better, was a song. Tim McGraw’s “Don’t Take The Girl” allowed his brother to show the emotion he was never able to find the words to do so himself. “For the first time I saw the power of country music, and how true to life it really is. I was hooked.” The radio never left the country dial, and with every song he heard, he knew more and more that this was what he was supposed to do with his life. Fast forward a few years, Keith and his guitar made their way to Nashville, and that “love” truly began to develop. Keith spent his days in class getting his degree at Middle Tennessee State University, but his nights were filled with music… dragging his guitar around town, writing non stop and playing shows anywhere they would let him in so he could hone his energetic “keep em’ on their feet” live show. With every passing gig, every new song in his journal, it became more clear that this is what he was meant to do. Having any other career path would feel forced. The same mindset goes along with his songwriting. “When I sit down to write a song, I always do my best to make it as real and true to myself as possible.” That honesty and emotion runs throughout Keith’s catalog and sits at the forefront of his debut EP, set to hit digital retailers in March 2013. It’s a snapshot into years of writing and consists of a gambit of emotions for the listener. A trip back to the summer you’ll never forget in “Blue Bandana” and the pain you wish you could in “I Still Do.” Or the song that came out of nowhere on a cross country flight, yet is the most honest depiction of love he’s ever written, “Home to Me.” It’s songs that define Keith Walker, and having the opportunity to finally share those experiences is something he couldn’t be more excited about. The musical emotional of his debut EP has a little something for everyone. Keith’s vivid imagery, innate story telling ability and passionate delivery can be heard throughout the eight tracks, and can’t be confused with anything other than Music City. Whether it be in the boot stomping, beer drinking sing alongs like “Make a Liar” and “Firewater,” or his ability to relay a feeling that nearly everyone has gone through in “Miles From You” and “What a Broken Heart Can Do,” Keith lives and breathes music. Behind the baseball cap, t-shirt, tattooed sleeve and boots you’ll find a guy who is heavily rooted in the music, and finally being able to share it is the most natural and important step in this journey. Whether it be in California or Tennessee, the songs, that love, grows the same. It’s thanks to those experiences and memories in both that he is the man, and songwriter, he is today. Come March, here’s hoping you’ll take a listen for yourself. Fun Facts: Born: Alexandria, Louisiana Raised: All over (air force brat) Will tell you I am from: El Segundo, California Home is: Nashville, Tennessee Named after: My mom’s favorite Rolling Stone, Keith Richards (and my older brother’s name is Richard); I use my mom’s maiden name, Walker, as a tribute to her. Career Options: I wanted to be a pilot when I was younger. If I hadn’t found music, I probably would have joined the Air Force. My brothers and I are the first generation on my dad’s side that are not military. My grandfather worked in Area 51. I thought that was pretty cool. Favorite song I wrote: The last one. No, seriously, I am blessed to be co-writing with some amazing Nashville writers like Neal Coty (“She Was” by Mark Chesnutt; “Every Friday Afternoon” by Craig Morgan) and Jon Henderson (who has had his songs recorded by the likes of George Jones, Rodney Atkins, and Heartland). Favorite song I didn’t write: “The River” which is my favorite Garth Brooks song. I can really relate to the lyrics. Seeing Garth in concert when I was 18 years old changed me. He’s the most amazing live performer I’ve seen. Embarrassing moments: My mom is a hairdresser and growing up I was her guinea pig. I had some pretty funny hair cuts. Random events: My cell phone number is one digit off the number for Publix (grocery). At least once a week I get a call from someone trying to dial Publix. Things I like: The water (lake preferred); the History Channel Things I don’t: Spiders and bugs People would be surprised to know: That I am a trained opera singer and studied abroad at the University of Vienna, Austria. Country Singer/Songwriter out of Nashville, TN
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Genres:
Country
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

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Fan Reviews

Beth
April 20th 2016
I feel Keith Walker is incredibly talented. I will always support him, and I'm not in any contract with him. It is with purest sincerity, that I say that Belcourt Taps should have been packed, but I don't blame them. I feel that with a proper marketing team strategy, everyone & venue will be happy with the money they make. Keith really is a fabulous songwriter/ singer manifests his ability to create his unique sound in country. He is just as fantastic live (bc he projects so well), as he is recorded. I recommend buying his high quality albums: Miles From You & The Chase, and his new one out this summer. He should not be ignored & should be elevated. Whoever does his marketing; make people dying to see/hear him...and Keith is also a fab story teller and more. You can find him & his team on all his social media under his name & Twitter as @kwalkercountry.! Enjoy listening,, buying, & soar to Grammys🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
Nashville, TN@
Belcourt Taps

About Keith Walker

It’s easy to say you “love” something, but it’s the route in which that emotion came from that means the most. For singer/songwriter Keith Walker, nothing could be more true. Keith loves country music, which seems odd coming from a guy raised in a picture perfect beach town at the end of the LAX runway. Yet the road in which he got here makes perfect sense. The sounds of Hank Williams, Dolly Parton and Conway Twitty had always resonated through the walls of Keith’s California childhood home, yet it never quite clicked that it was his calling in life until he saw his brother go through the intense pain of watching his high school girlfriend fall in to a coma after a car accident. Watching someone who he always looked up to experience so much pain and seem so vulnerable led to an eye opening experience, as the one thing that made him feel better, was a song. Tim McGraw’s “Don’t Take The Girl” allowed his brother to show the emotion he was never able to find the words to do so himself. “For the first time I saw the power of country music, and how true to life it really is. I was hooked.” The radio never left the country dial, and with every song he heard, he knew more and more that this was what he was supposed to do with his life. Fast forward a few years, Keith and his guitar made their way to Nashville, and that “love” truly began to develop. Keith spent his days in class getting his degree at Middle Tennessee State University, but his nights were filled with music… dragging his guitar around town, writing non stop and playing shows anywhere they would let him in so he could hone his energetic “keep em’ on their feet” live show. With every passing gig, every new song in his journal, it became more clear that this is what he was meant to do. Having any other career path would feel forced. The same mindset goes along with his songwriting. “When I sit down to write a song, I always do my best to make it as real and true to myself as possible.” That honesty and emotion runs throughout Keith’s catalog and sits at the forefront of his debut EP, set to hit digital retailers in March 2013. It’s a snapshot into years of writing and consists of a gambit of emotions for the listener. A trip back to the summer you’ll never forget in “Blue Bandana” and the pain you wish you could in “I Still Do.” Or the song that came out of nowhere on a cross country flight, yet is the most honest depiction of love he’s ever written, “Home to Me.” It’s songs that define Keith Walker, and having the opportunity to finally share those experiences is something he couldn’t be more excited about. The musical emotional of his debut EP has a little something for everyone. Keith’s vivid imagery, innate story telling ability and passionate delivery can be heard throughout the eight tracks, and can’t be confused with anything other than Music City. Whether it be in the boot stomping, beer drinking sing alongs like “Make a Liar” and “Firewater,” or his ability to relay a feeling that nearly everyone has gone through in “Miles From You” and “What a Broken Heart Can Do,” Keith lives and breathes music. Behind the baseball cap, t-shirt, tattooed sleeve and boots you’ll find a guy who is heavily rooted in the music, and finally being able to share it is the most natural and important step in this journey. Whether it be in California or Tennessee, the songs, that love, grows the same. It’s thanks to those experiences and memories in both that he is the man, and songwriter, he is today. Come March, here’s hoping you’ll take a listen for yourself. Fun Facts: Born: Alexandria, Louisiana Raised: All over (air force brat) Will tell you I am from: El Segundo, California Home is: Nashville, Tennessee Named after: My mom’s favorite Rolling Stone, Keith Richards (and my older brother’s name is Richard); I use my mom’s maiden name, Walker, as a tribute to her. Career Options: I wanted to be a pilot when I was younger. If I hadn’t found music, I probably would have joined the Air Force. My brothers and I are the first generation on my dad’s side that are not military. My grandfather worked in Area 51. I thought that was pretty cool. Favorite song I wrote: The last one. No, seriously, I am blessed to be co-writing with some amazing Nashville writers like Neal Coty (“She Was” by Mark Chesnutt; “Every Friday Afternoon” by Craig Morgan) and Jon Henderson (who has had his songs recorded by the likes of George Jones, Rodney Atkins, and Heartland). Favorite song I didn’t write: “The River” which is my favorite Garth Brooks song. I can really relate to the lyrics. Seeing Garth in concert when I was 18 years old changed me. He’s the most amazing live performer I’ve seen. Embarrassing moments: My mom is a hairdresser and growing up I was her guinea pig. I had some pretty funny hair cuts. Random events: My cell phone number is one digit off the number for Publix (grocery). At least once a week I get a call from someone trying to dial Publix. Things I like: The water (lake preferred); the History Channel Things I don’t: Spiders and bugs People would be surprised to know: That I am a trained opera singer and studied abroad at the University of Vienna, Austria. Country Singer/Songwriter out of Nashville, TN
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Genres:
Country
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

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