All We Can Do
J-Walkers were formed in 2006 by Capri's Benson Walker (Bass/Vocals) and The New Mastersounds' Joe Tatton (Keyboards/Vocals) as an outlet for music they'd both written which wouldn't fit the styles of their current bands. Drummer, Andy Marshall (Haggis Horns) and guitarist Jonny Flockton (Hard Time Orchestra) soon joined, which led to the creation of the debut album 'All We Can Do'. The album is a semi-autobiographical journey of the songwriters with often fantastical and tongue-in-cheek results (telephone conversations with Al Capone and Pope JP II). Musical styles included on the album range from soul, funk and country to progressive/alternative rock. J-Walkers, as a band, are influenced by such artists/groups as Little Feat, Average White Band, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Robert Palmer, Allen Toussaint and Ray Charles. Plans for future J-Walkers releases are already in the pipeline due to the creative flow of the band and demands from their popular and enigmatic live performances, which have got the music press and industry buzzing. A debut single from 'All We Can Do' is planned for release in the New Year.