Friday, February 11, 2011

Walker Live in NYC May 24th 2011

Walker Live @ B.B. King's NYC May 24th 2011 (playing Soca,The Brotherhood of the Grape and Q-south live again on stage first time since 1997)
Link to event.
Walker homepage:

BIO: Walker and The Brotherhood of the Grape: New York City is a melting pot, and the music of Walker is what is cooking. In the 1990's, He, along with the band Q-south, introduced New York City to a new sound.Rock attacked by flamenco guitars.His song and lyric writing in Q-South created the timeless C.D. Q-South, that along with a string of unforgettable performances scarred Manhattan and the USA. The band split in 1998. Walkers search for something new led him to collaborations with Soca sensations Machel Montano,Alison Hinds and Bunji Garlin. The Caribbean provided a brand new garden for Rock/Soca to take root. A string of hits later, and a few years after the debut release of Q-South, The Brotherhood of the Grape was assembled and the whole musical journey was recorded in the debut C.D. "Almost Homeless". 3 full C.D.'s of broken love, broken people, and broken images interwoven with magical musicianship from the world over. In 2003 The Brotherhood recorded a Christmas C.D. for Cancer entitled "Bar-Humbug" recorded in New York gin joints, a classic for every future holiday season. In 2005 the gang was at it again with the release of "The One and Lonely" and in 2008 The Soca hits collection "Soca and Me". Walker is in the studio preparing for a new Brotherhood release in 2011.

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