D.B. Walker Band

D.B. Walker Band

D.B. Walker Band

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About the band



The D.B. Walker Band is a versatile Blues and Rock unit that is guaranteed to entertain. The band plays a broad variety of original material and classic rock favorites that get audiences involved, creating a party atmosphere in any venue. Featuring David B. Walker’s dynamic blues-infused vocals and soaring guitar work, this tight, professional unit never fails to rock the house.

About the band:
D.B. lays the foundation with passionate guitar playing and gritty vocals to match. Add to that Lachlann Kane on Keyboards and Vocals, David Nelson and Peter Booras on Drums and Greg Jones on Bass and Vocals, all veterans of the local club scene, the band delivers great music that will hit you hard and leave you wanting more.

About the music:
The D.B. Walker Band plays great acoustic and electric blues that harkens back to some of the greats like Ry Cooder, John Lee Hooker and Muddy Waters. The band pay homage in an original way that updates and expands upon the delta blues genre. The band often uses this as jumping off point for musical journeys that can lead anywhere. With over 100 years of musical experience on stage, it can lead to some exiting places.

Please call or email for rates and availability today!

650-892-3947
mailto:booking@dbwalker.com

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Click on the categories above to go to the various items available for your consumption. Here is a quick lowdown on what you will find.

  • Demo: Some songs that showcase the band
  • Music: More music if you would like to listen to our whole catalog
  • Podcast: This contains music and video, you can add it to your iTunes and get updates as I post them
  • Photo Blog: I post pictures, it’s just a thing I do
  • Contact: Call me, email, friend me, get in touch


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Plastic cup, mini wine bottle and AP photo over Greenland

June 18, 2012

Taken somewhere over the North Atlantic, near Greenland