Walker, Bradley


  • From Athens, Alabama.
  • Confined to a wheel chair since childhood, he was born with Muscular Dystrophy.
  • Began singing as a child. At age 3, attended an Oak Ridge Boys concert and backstage, sang “Elvira” with them. They were so impressed they invited him to sing on the Jerry Lewis Labor Day telethon, and he has appeared and performed on that annual broadcast many times.
  • 1996, graduated from high school and fell in love with bluegrass
  • 1998, formed a band called the Trinity Mountain Boys.
  • 2001, joined Lost Horizon, an Atlanta-based group, as their lead singer.
  • 2002, first appeared on the Grand Ole Opry as a guest of Third Tyme Out.
  • 2006, released Highway Of Dreams album (Rounder), produced by Carl Jackson.
  • 2007, won IBMA Award for Male Vocalist of the Year.
  • 2008, his video for the song “A Little Change” reached #1 on CMT.