RenéMarie & Bobby Baby Walker are professional Multitalented show stopping Entertainers, Keynote Speakers, Master of Ceremony and Internet TV Host ( Madhouse TV). Accompaniment from pre-recorded instrumentation to a complete 13 piece orchestra. Through their captivating voices, delivered with honesty and passion and coupled with their mesmerizing stage presence, they "connects" intimately and warmly with their audience! Together they have the ability to get everyone up and dancing or touch your soul deeply with timeless classics.
RenéMarie & Bobby Baby Walker mission is to SPREAD THE LOVE through music which is the Language of Love.
RenéMarie has the honor of being a member of The Recording Academy (The Grammy's) since 2007 ASCAP (The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers). RenéMarie is a versatile singer/performer who specializes in 60's , 70's, 80's , 90's plus. She has the vocal range to have a repertoire which includes Barbra Streisand, Carpenters, Patsy Cline, Pat Benatar, Selena, Gloria Estenfan, Beatles ,Martina McBride , Stevie Wonder, Anne Murray, Linda Ronstate, Ella Fitzgerald and so many more.
She has been fortunate and feels blessed to have been invited to perform around the country in programs and in settings like: "America's Got Talent"; Madhouse TV, Madison Square Garden; Bergen Pac and the Palm Beach Breakers Hotel. She has also appeared in more personal and intimate venues, equally important in her eyes, spreading her message of LOVE. This is “One Voice” that will deeply touch your heart and soul as you listen to her voice and follow her promise to God, to always follow His guidance as HE gifted her with a STROKE of Luck.
Bobby “Baby” Walker is a versatile singer/performer who specializes in “old school” songs of 50's, 60's 70's Rock and Roll, R&B and Motown hits.
He performed with the Yonkers based oldies group “Step Back In Time” when they won the 2006 Richard Nader Doo Wop Acappella Competition. He also performed with “Shades of Soul” in 2008 when they took the oldies music convention “Lead East” by storm. He is currently singing with these groups, and the legendary Del-Vikings.
After high school Bobby joined the Navy, where he received a regimental citation for excellence in music. When he returned to civilian life he entered the Bronx Community College Conservatory where he studied performance, theory, sight reading and the classics. While there he was involved with a community based program called the Career Opportunities Program, where he taught music for four years. Bobby then re-entered the military where he took the test for the Navel Conservatory of Music. He aced the test, but decided instead to leave the Navy and come back to New York. He hopes to continue to scratch his musical itch for a long time to come.