At a very early age identical twin brothers, Clinton and Coty Walker, started singing in church and opening local events and ball games, singing the national anthem. Opening for such acts as Johnny Cash in Branson, MO in 1994, the duo performed locally, singing southern gospel and country music.
They continued to perform and record gospel music as they grew up in Southeast Missouri, and, in recent years, have jumped back into the country music genre, full-force.
Their debut single "The Life" has made a big impact on YouTube and their self-titled debut album tells stories of what it is like to grow up in a small town in the heartland. The brothers' often autobiographical and humorous writing style makes their music memorable, and, being twins, the dynamics they share on stage in their big-harmony style of singing and their approach to entertaining a crowd makes their live performances unforgettable!
Brothers Walker were members of Team Usher on NBC's "The Voice" and have shared a stage with acts like Lee Brice, Travis Tritt, and Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. They are currently gigging and writing for their sophomore album that is sure not to disappoint!