George Walker Music features guitarist George Walker.
George Walker is best known for his smooth blues jazz instrumentals. He is a seasoned guitarist. He has played and recorded with Lou Rawls. George was a recording guitarist in Hollywood for years. He publishes his own music book "How to Play Today's Guitar Music Today". Walker teaches after school programs at OPS using STEMS. If you like the guitar styles of George Benson, Wes Montgomery and Earl Klugh, you will certainly enjoy George Walker. George takes all of these guitar styles and rolls them up into his new CD just released on Amazon, "Smooth Blues Jazz Guitar 4u" You can also go to his website to check out live
George Walker plays a guitar soloist as well as a trio.
Guitarist George Walker available for all music events.
George is best known for his smooth jazz guitar instrumentals. George has really lived with the music that he plays. He plays blues, jazz, and rhythm and blues, and has played and recorded with many top names in the music world. George has worked with Tommy Tucker who sang the hit single „High Heel Sneakers?, Freddie Scott who sang "Hey Girl?, Lou Rawls, who won a Grammy Award for the song "Natural Man?, Bill Cosby with his 13-piece band, Barry White, and many more.
In 2004, he published his own music book, "How to Play Today's Guitar Music Today?, and in 2005, he
summed up American Idol performances for Omaha's Fox 42 network. In 2006, George won two first place awards for composing music for the Hot Shops Film Festival, having composed music for 3 film contestants that won first place in comedy, first place for best video, and second place in drama. George takes all of these experiences and rolls them up into his performances and includes some songs from his CD, "One Way or Another The Blues?.
His performance is designed to give a complete overview of the many extensions of what can be played on the guitar, and describes the techniques that he uses to write for films, songs and T.V. jingles. One-hour workshops are also available, with the following themes: George Walker's Blues Workshop, How to Read Music of all Kinds for Guitarists, and Popular Songs for Guitarists. Copies of George's book, How to Play Today's Music Today, are available at his workshops or mail orders.
George had his own T.V. show "How to Play Todays Music Today", which was featured on Cox Cable channel 23 every Saturday at 5:00 p.m. This show featured interviews with local people in the arts, music, and film.
Specialties: I write and publish guitar lessons for all ages. I am constantly writing lessons for new songs weekly.
Kent Barnes (drums),
Clark Ewalt (bass)