Delton Walker is an artist on the rise within the Jazz circuit. His ability and talent transcends through his music at the highest possible level. Delton's commitment and dedication stems from an interest in music at an early age. His style of music has the essence of jazz elements enabling his performances to exhibit a uniquely profound phenomena during on stage performances. The stage performances are outstandingly immeasurable where jazz comes alive through a persona that he possesses as an aromatic love for music.
He is not just a jazz artist, but also a devoted and committed to community efforts involving charitable events, public appearances and more. Reaching out through music he wants to impact communities as positive change, demonstrating music as an appreciative outlet form of art that many children can grasp and carry forward becoming the next generation of jazz artists. Delton is a multi-talented, multi-faceted, and dynamic music artist whose arrival to jazz is the presence as a trendsetter will continue to help jazz grow where his talent and ability leave audiences mesmerized. He is constantly developing and recording new music keeping the fans afixiated on his powerful jazz sound, where the future of jazz will live on forever.
Delton has studied with Tony Hayes, Willy DuPont and Jesse Jones, Jr. Most recently, Delton is blessed to study under the direction and guidance of Walter Beasley the Highest selling full-time Professor/Recording Artist in modern history., who was also inspirational in the creation of Delton’s new musical release “Back In Your Arms Again.”
January 2011 Delton Signs endorsement deal with La Sax.
Delton completed the highly anticipated follow-up CD, “Back In Your Arms Again” accompanied by a video from his track “After The Club” from his new CD.
Delton joined Musicians On Call, a nonprofit organization formed in 1999, which brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. www.musiciansoncall.org uses music to promote and complement the healing process for patients, families and caregivers.
Delton Walker’s artistry, commitment and influence continue to grow. CONTACT INFO Booking/Management: email@example.com
January 2011 Delton signed an endorsement deal with La Sax!!!!!
The highly anticipated follow-up CD, “Back In Your Arms Again” accompanied by a video from his track “After The Club” is now available here, at www.itunes.com and on www.cdbaby.com/deltonwalker.
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Delton Walker - BACK IN YOUR ARMS AGAIN Review by Patrick Van de Wiele http://www.smoothjazz.eu/index2.php?artist=51
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Rating: 3 1/2 STARS
The second album by this smooth sax player.
Two years ago, Delton released his debut album ‘Just Let Me Loose’, and he got good publicity and reviews for it. Earlier this year he came back with his sophomore cd, under the direction and guidance of sax coach Walter Beasley. Delton begins with the cover ‘Forever Love’, a syrupy ballad for the romantic of heart, with a vocal refrain. Next comes the instrumental title track, which Delton co-wrote. ‘After The Club’ is sung by Isaac Jenkins, who put up the lyrics, and Delton co-wrote it. It has a slight hip-hop rhythm. Darren Brown composed and produced the ballad ‘Only In My Dreams’, and Angel Crescitelli wrote lyrics to it. Delton plays a mellow sax here. ‘I Prayed’ is a gospel song, and a job well done by Anthony Dixon, who composed it, wrote the lyrics, and sang it. Delton of course matches it with his soulful sax playing. Then comes Ron Staples who sings the ballad ‘All About You’ with a soulful voice. ‘Just Want To Be With You’ is a cover of a ballad by Brian McKnight, again romantic and silky. ‘This Love’ was composed by Darren Brown, Delton co-wrote it, and Isaac Jenkins brings in some soft vocals. On the ballad ‘Want To’ you can hear Isaac again, and the up-tempo instrumental ‘Just Let Me Loose’ concludes the album. Also included on the disc is a video clip of the track ‘After The Club’. It’s a pity, but I don’t have the necessary software to watch it. Delton is at his best on the soft tracks, where he seduces with his sensual sax.
Patrick Van de Wiele