Charles P. Walker, Saxophonist Born in Hueytown, Alabama, also know as Charles Walker began playing the saxophone at the age of twelve. Two years later at the age of fourteen, his unique skills and passion for music opened the door of opportunity for him to begin playing at the Hopewell Baptist Church in Wylam, Alabama.
Charles quickly became one of Birmingham’s most sought after saxophonist. His musical influence and style are attributed to the likes of Grover Washington Jr., Cannonball Adderly, Kirk Whalum and Gerald Albright; However, his music carries a distinction that is like no other.
In the year 2001, Charles moved to the Music City of Nashville, Tennessee where he quickly became engaged with some of the industry’s most elite artists. His studio sessions with countless artists and his contributions to many projects with notable artist such as Bernard Harris and Kevin Whalum, his opening for Smokie Norful and Donnie McClurkin and his sharing the stage with many contemporary Christian artists including the PlanetShakers, Jamie Grace and band members from Royal Tailor and Building 429; have respectfully kept Charles name on the lips of many artists across the country.
Charles is one of the featured artists at the Bi-annual Kingdom Global World Connect Conference, the Music Boat and K-Love Christian Cruises.
Charles’ career has catapulted to amazing heights and with his debut project “Life Changing: A Journey Called Grace”, he fulfills his desire and purpose to share his gift with as many people as possible. In his own words, Charles declares “My wish is that God will allow my music to bless communities and nations”.