What Became of You - 3:480:00 / 3:48
Daydreams 4:360:00 / 4:36
It Will Mend - 3:550:00 / 3:55
Looking for America 3:380:00 / 3:38
2000 Miles Away - 4:060:00 / 4:06
Here for You 2:290:00 / 2:29
My Angel 3:430:00 / 3:43
Life's Good - 3:400:00 / 3:40
Doncha Worry - 4:390:00 / 4:39
Intro - Get a Life 3:510:00 / 3:51
“All the world is a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and entrances. And one man in his time plays many parts. ”
— Shakespeare - As You Like It
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Walker Caine came about as a solo act in 2001 after a series of events spawned a new direction and a flood of songs.
"We formed the Project in the fall of 2003 and it turned out to be a very cool combination of talent. But you can't make a living performing originals at home so I took to the road spending the next 8-yrs flying, busing, and biking from town to town, dropping in on clubs, festivals, and parks to play a few songs, harass the locals and get thrown out of town."
A veteran performer and songwriter, he has defiantly done it his own way writing the music he wants to hear - dropping a message in each one and personally delivered coast to coast and border to border on tours reflective of years gone by that today's digital world doesn't always understand. Generally categorized as Southern Rock or Acoustic and Folk Rock. Some call it Outlaw music, but it is what it is.
Supporting the 2003 release Soft Shoulder, he jumped off the bus and aboard a motorcycle heading across the U.S. coast to coast and border to border playing any and every overlooked town on and off the map giving away air-guitars and playing benefit concerts to fight that deadly social disease know as "political correctness".
He went at it alone. No band. No body else. He wrote all the parts. All the lyrics and compositions. He would record and produce it himself.
Riding the curves of this uncertain industry, Walker became a familiar sight on America's highways topping over 300,000 miles of national tours as a solo artist on a motorcycle - an odd comparison alongside the tour buses waving to him as he turned to roads lesser known and hiring bands and equipment as needed. "The logistics were nuts, but, an old six-string, one or two fans, what more could a guy really need?"
This went on until late 2016 when diagnosed with stage IV Brain,Bone & Lung cancers, and found himself home creating more music such as the 2019 release Life in Progress - putting an end to the tours. "Admittedly there was not a great mix with these recordings, and production was sacrificed because time was of essence at the moment and hurried to get more material released. The Life in Progress theme was honored by using songs ranging from very old to very new. "
"I love all styles of music and when I write I hear the full orchestration in my head. The way I see it, music is meant to be felt inside - when the soul takes over you can't categorize or line up beats to that; that's why I say it's not a genre, it's an attitude. That road my friend never ends."
- Your verses do a good job of drawing the listener into your world; we can envision the different people you've created… - Dale Kawashima
- ...you leave a strong impression with your voice and the musical drive you naturally possess. This is the hardest ingredient in mix of success to do without and many musicians do; they are anonymous players doing their best to fit into the predominate styles. You're beyond that... - Make A Star.com
- Walker Caine... Such powerful words and heavy, I loved it. I could listen to your voice and your music and it relaxed me. - PJ Entertainment Productions (July 2019)
- Just wanted to drop you a note to say how much I enjoy your new material. Glad you haven't lost that rustic feel. You have always had a great unique style that we enjoy here immensely. Come to Sao Paulo. And think Montevideo for 2020 ! - Reede Monten - Alcance o entretenimento (March 2019)
- All I got to say is.. your music is so dope, continue to impress us with your timeless style. - Hung (April 2019)
- “In order to move successfully into the future one must understand the past, and Walker Cane embraces that with a new sense of style ... You will be pulled into his world and taken on a ride of extremes...” - Roadr Mag. (August 2006)
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P.O. Box 13004
Tempe, AZ 85284 USA