Mark A. Walker Returns With ‘Duke’s Stroll’ (The Remix)

Steadily coming out of the shadows and into the spotlight from the smooth jazz community, bassist MARK A. WALKER returns with ‘Duke’s Stroll (The Remix). A highly sought-after performance and session musician with the Gospel, R&B/soul and jazz scene, Mark A. Walker has worked with notable artists/musicians, including Gerald Albright, Lalah Hathaway, Maysa, Richard Smallwood and Yolanda Adams.  

Handpicked as a lead musician for the single by Miparis Music Label Executive Michael Upshaw, Mark A. Walker perfectly ignites rhythmic passion in the tribute to the late great legendary George Duke, a highly respected multi-instrumentalist and artist known across multiple music genres around the globe.

For the remake of the blissful jazz instrumental piece, Mark A. Walker is surrounded by a stellar production team, led by Executive producer Michael Upshaw, which features multi Grammy award-winning arranger/ trumpeter Philip Lassiter and Grammy nominated producer Chris “BIG DOG” Davis as co producer/keyboardist.

A true force to be reckon with, Chris “Big Dog” Davis has produced 19 number #1 Smooth Jazz hits and has worked with the likes of Gerald Albright, Will Downing ,Maysa, Phil Perry, Glenn Jones, Chante Moore, Dave Koz, Najee, the late Nick Colionne plus many more. An 11-time Grammy Award Winning horn/string arranger, Phil Lassiter was the former section leader/arranger for Prince and the New Power Generation.

The original version of ‘Duke’s Stroll’ received high praise from radio stations across the UK, claiming the top spot of CHBN’s radio playlist charts for four consecutive weeks as well as receiving firm support from radio stations across UK, including Phoenix FM, Chocolate Radio, Pulse 98.4 and  Sonic Nation with Jeff The Fish.

‘Duke’s Stroll’ (The Remix)  was released on 17th February via Spotify and Apple Music

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