TJ Walker is actually called Tom Walker but his name was used by the pop singer with the beard and woolly hat that sings about leaving lights on......so he had to change his name to TJ Walker!! He is a singer, guitarist and songwriter, living on a river delta in the Deep South of... The United Kingdom!
Tom grew up as a multi-instrumentalist in a musical British family. He learned the banjo ukulele alongside his dad in a traditional jazz band from the age of four, then at 7 years old picked up the guitar. By 15, he'd started to work with professional bands, since when as a hard-working professional musician, he has performed all over the world including at top-tier venues like the Albert Hall and o2 Arena. He was recently interviewed as "One to Watch" in Maverick Magazine (Europe's biggest Country Music Magazine) and also supported Nik Kershaw.
You may have already heard other music he’s written or his guitar playing as his writing credits include the Radio 1 Live Lounge theme, BBC 6 Music themes and beds (Craig Charles, Steve Lemacq, Lauren Laverne, Marc Riley), Virgin Radio, Smooth Radio and many other radio stations across the globe as well as TV themes on ABC in Australia. He also had music featured in a film starring Gary Oldman and wrote and arranged music for the Trinity College London Acoustic guitar syllabus.