Sounds of the Season Will Feature Brothers Walker and Other Talented Entertainers

December 03, 2014

BrothersWalkerNationally known country music duo Clinton and Coty Walker will perform at the Sounds of the Season benefit concert on Sunday, Dec. 7, at Cape Bible Chapel, 2911 Kage Road in Cape Girardeau.

The holiday concert will feature some of the area's most talented individuals and groups under the direction of Jerry Ford.

Seating will begin at 1:30 p.m. with entertainment by the Jackson High School Hand Bell Choir. The concert itself will start at 2 p.m. This year's concert entertainers will include Pattie McPheeters, Lauren Powers, Dr. Andrew Moore of the Southeast Cancer Center, Shane Steck, Academy of Dance Arts and the Jerry Ford Orchestra.

Don’t miss out on the holiday season’s best local concert! Tickets are a minimum donation of $5. Proceeds benefit cancer patients through our Cancer Center Patient Experience Fund. For tickets, call the SoutheastHEALTH Foundation at 573-986-6622. Tickets also are available at the door. 

Brothers Walker

At a very early age, identical twin brothers Clinton and Coty Walker started singing in church and opening local events and ball games, singing the national anthem. The duo opened for Johnny Cash in Branson, Mo., in 1994. They have sung both southern gospel and country music. They continued to perform and record gospel music while growing up in Bernie, Mo., and in recent years have jumped back into the country music genre, full-force.

Their debut single "The Life" has made a big impact on YouTube and their self-titled debut album tells stories of what it is like to grow up in a small town in the heartland. Brothers Walker say they owe everything they have to God and what he has done in their lives, and although they are pursuing a career in country music, Christian music and morals will always be a driving force behind what they do.

Recording artist Usher selected the duo to compete on Season 6 of NBC's "The Voice" earlier this year.

Their often autobiographical and humorous writing style makes their music memorable, and, being twins, the dynamics they share on stage in their big-harmony style of singing and their approach to entertaining a crowd make their live performances unforgettable!