Josh Walker

Josh Walker

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Jazz - Smooth Jazz | Fort Mill, South Carolina, United States
Total Song Plays: 493   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 11/30/2017
   Sounds Like: Zero 7, Dave Sanborn

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As a professional musician, Josh Walker has worked in the Carolina region for 20 years, including as percussionist with the Charlotte, Charleston, and Union Symphonies. He has performed with the Moody Blues, Manhattan Transfer, The Four Tops, Natalie Cole, Bernadette Peters and many other artists. He also has played for a number of national touring Broadway shows such as Motown: The Musical, Spamalot, Sweet Charity, and Legally Blonde: The Musical.

Josh frequently performs on timpani, drum set, jazz vibes, marimba, and ethnic and orchestral percussion.

He has recently recorded, produced, and released an album of his jazz-influenced arrangements of classic hymns. It is entitled Reimagined: Classic Hymns for a Modern Audience.


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Ronald Arduini posted over 30 days ago to Josh Walker


Hi Josh,Thanks so much for taking the time to review "When I fall in love" Which was recorded about 16 years ago.. It features Jeff Fong on all the brass tracks.. his wife Pamela Homzy, both living in Toronto, on all the sax tracks.. drums etc by Jeff.. Here's a question to my great friend Jeff!!!" Why the hell did you choose that key to orchestrate!!!!????.. Hell, you had me singing all over the place!!!LOL
Keep well and thanks again
Ronald


   
 
Ionut Mirel Udrea posted over 30 days ago


Hello Josh! Thank you very much for the support! I really appreciate it. All the best!


Cindy Tuttle posted over 30 days ago


Josh you song Jesus Has Made a Place For You touched me deeply.I had peaceful tears I guess you would say.INCREDIBLE SONG! Well done.


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