Q&A: Bradley Walker Talks “Call Me Old Fashioned” and Joey + Rory’s Impact On His Career

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As a country artist, Bradley Walker expresses his emotions and romantic side through his music. The artist’s muscular dystrophy, causing him to to be wheelchair bound, does not lessen his talent: once the notes hits, his gift is undeniable!

His musical influences are obvious when listening to his tracks, including many great artists such as Merle Haggard, George Jones, Mel Street, to name a few. It’s thanks to artists like him that country music still lives on, as many so called ‘country’ artists are now more pop-driven.

Celeb Secrets Country questioned Bradley Walker about his recent album, Call Me Old Fashioned and his love for Joey+Rory. Browse through the pages below to learn more about how fans have changed Bradley’s life, making Call Me Old Fashioned, and the best part about performing at the famous Grand Ole Opry.

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Written by Isabel Baldinger

Isabel is an intern for Celeb Secrets Country. Originally from New Jersey, she is currently living the dream in Nashville while getting her degree in Music Business from Belmont University. If she is not in class or interviewing artists, she is at a concert, at Hotbox, hanging out with friends, traveling, lounging around at Tin Roof, or eating tacos.

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