Catchy hooks, indelible melodies, and thoughtful, honest lyrics are what you'll hear from DC-based singer/songwriter Brandon Walker.

In 2007, Brandon released the music video for Chinese Food on Christmas, a song he had written after a college professor challenged him to write the next Christmas hit. Within days, Chinese Food on Christmas went viral, garnering over 2 millions views, earning Brandon international press, an exhibit in the Jewish Museum of Maryland, and even a few marriage proposals. 

Brandon moved to the San Francisco bay area in 2009 and quickly became a regular performer on the thriving bay area cafe scene. In 2010, Brandon was selected by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers to be part of the prestigious Lester Sill Songwriting Workshop, in which Brandon worked closely with some of the music industries most successful writers, executives, and artists.

Brandon returned to the east coast in 2012, and he continues to perform in support of his self-produced EPs, One Step Behind and Wishing on Meteorites. Brandon runs a home recording studio, where he records and produces his own music as well as that of other local artists.

Brandon currently lives in the DC area and plays out around the mid-atlantic. His music has been featured on "The Fosters" and "Eastbound and Down."

Some press:

"Walker has the right look and sound to be a pop artist, but it’s his creative lyrics that set him apart from other young singer/songwriters."
-The Jewish Times

"It is often said that the best avenues to great recordings start out with a great song, and Brandon’s is no exception."
-Recording Magazine

"Brandon's gentle voice hearkens back to the deeply personal singer/songwriter genre of the 1970s."
-Jerusalem Post

"The net's finest musician!"
-G4's Network's Attack of the Show