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One Step Behind (EP)

It took him 27 years, but Brandon's debut EP, One Step Behind, is now available. Just click on the album cover to download your own copy. Are actual, tangible CDs your thing? You can get one of those, too!


Got a new song to drop on ya! 

Excited to release something today that's just a tad darker. 

WHAT KIND OF LOVE is out NOW wherever you listen to music! 

Brandon Walker - keys, vox 
Madeline Waters - vox 
Beth B-Rad Radovsky - cello 
Mark Williams - guitar, bass, producer 
Daren Blessman - drums 

Writing cred: Brandon Walker and Ellen Hoffman

Upcoming Show! 

Come join me and my band, 29 & Georgia, for an evening of music and potent potables at one of Baltimore's classiest venues, An Die Musik. Details here.

Download Brandon's New EP for Free! 

Welp, I've got good news and bad news.

The bad news is, I set a goal in early January of 2014 to write, record and release a new EP by March 31, 2014.

I failed.

The good news is, I got a new EP out of my failure! So ladies and gentlemen, I present to you my latest creation, Wishing on Meteorites. It's exactly one year late and it costs exactly $0!

So please, click on the album artwork above (created by my very talented friend, Matt) and download your digital copy of Wishing on Meteorites. It's a name-your-own-price situation, so if you choose to contribute, it will help me continue to make more music in the future. If you just want to download and enjoy the music, please feel free!


"Photograph" on ABC's The Fosters 

Hey, folks. I hope the Summer is treating you well! Just a quick note to share some good news: "Photograph" is going to air on ABC's The Fosters tonight at 9pm. Woo! Plus, stay tuned for a new EP coming soon. Hope to see you soon!


Home Tonight to Air on HBO! 

Hey there,

I just found out that one of my songs, Home Tonight, got placed on a tv show called Eastbound and Down and will air tonight at 10pm on HBO. I've been working toward something like this for a long time, and it's things like this tv placement and your support that make me want to keep going.

I play music first and foremost because I love it and I feel that it's one of life's greatest pleasures, but it also feels great to know that someone else wants to listen to my music. Your support is what motivates me to keep writing, keep performing, and keep grinding out countless hours in front of the computer to record my songs.

So, thank you!

All the best,


Don't Forget to Suck - A Song About Breastfeeding and Life 

Ladies and Gents,

I write you this message with overwhelming excitement and underwhelming pace-- why? you ask. Well that's because I'm holding my new baby girl, Lorelei, in my left arm while I type to you with my right. Being a dad is just awesome. I know that word gets thrown around a lot but I feel good about its usage here.

"So, have you written a song for your new baby yet?" people ask. 'Course I did. I'm not saying it's the next "Isn't She Lovely" (which incidentally was written by Stevie before the birth of his daughter according to my friend Brad), but I do feel like it fills a void in the world of songs for newborns.

The song is called Don't Forget to Suck, and it's about breastfeeding and life, written for our new baby girl and dedicated to our favorite lactation consultant, Tamina. Click the image below to watch the video and if you get what I'm saying, please pass it on:

It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year 

Tomorrow marks the start of my favorite time of year. For me, summer has always meant freedom--a few months to go and do almost anything I want. I get that as we get older, that may not always be the reality, and that some folks out there have to trudge through the swampy east coast summer heat in a suit and tie, but I hope that somewhere inside, everyone harbors that giddy excitement that built up throughout the school year like a shaken bottle of Corona, only to burst at the ringing of the bell on the last day of school.

In honor of my favorite time of the year, please help yourself to a free download of my summer anthem, Summer Song by going here and scrolling down to Summer Song.

Here's to a life full of summers (just maybe not so swampy).


V-Day and B-Day 

Hey, there. Just a quick note on this fine Valentine's Day to invite you to:

Brandon's Big Baltimore Birthday Bash Show on March 9th at Eutaw Place.

Alliterative, right? This will be the biggest solo show I've ever played and I'm thrilled to be sharing the stage with the supremely talented Avi Wisnia. Not only that, but Flying Dog Brewery is holding a free beer tasting right before the show.

Tickets are cheaper if you get them now, so here's my advice: get them right here right now. I'll be bringing along some friends to join me on stage, including a cellist (!), and I've been working hard to make sure this show is going to be great. I'm not a big self promoter, so I'll just say that if you're gonna come to one show, this is the one.

Come help me celebrate my 30th birthday in a great venue with some good music and good beer. Hope to see you!

All the best,


On the occassion of Valentine's Day:

Shows this Week + I'm in a Book! 

Hey there.

Long time no talk. I hope this finds you after a (ful)filling Thanksgiving, and getting in gear for the holidays. Speaking of holidays - this is pretty cool - I'm in a book! It's called A Kosher Christmas by Joshua Plaut and published by Rutgers University Press. If you happen to pick it up and turn to page 76, you can read about a little song called Chinese Food on Christmas.

In other news, I'm playing a show in Baltimore this Tuesday at the Metro Gallery. This will be my first Baltimore gig in a long time and I'm very excited about it. I'll be joining eight other performing songwriters that night for The 9 Songwriter Series, and it's going to be GREAT. Yeah, it's a Tuesday, but these people are seriously good and I know you'll be glad you came. Come oooooon! I'm also playing a gig at the Hamilton this coming Friday night in DC (it's upstairs in the loft late night). I'll post the details below.

Hoping to see you at a show this week!


Upcoming shows:

Tuesday, November 27th at Metro Gallery in Baltimore
8-10pm $10

Friday, November 30th at the Hamilton in DC (upstairs in the loft)