A Brief Bio

Landon Walker is a versatile performer, composer/arranger, teacher, and former singing waiter. He plays string bass and tuba, whistles and flutes in a wide variety of styles, including Dixieland and straight-ahead jazz, Irish/Celtic, chamber music and opera. He has performed with Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton, Mose Allison, Marian McPartland and Doc Severinson, to name just a few. He taught jazz history for fifteen years at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, the public arts magnet high school in Jacksonville, Florida, and also teaches the ancient science of yoga. For two decades he was Program Director at Jacksonville’s public radio station where he produced programs on jazz, blues, bluegrass, renaissance and world music, and a popular afternoon-drive magazine of the arts called the Metro. He was voted Radio Personality of the Year and received the city’s highest awards for his contributions to the arts and to the community.

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