Having a signature sound bridging the gap between zydeco and Southern soul music, singer and multi-instrumentalist Joe Walker was most widely known as an ace sideman ahead of his rediscovery through the early 1990s. Created Dec 13, 1944 in Lafayette, Louisiana, he performed acoustic guitar in Rockin’ Dopsie’s music group while still in his teenagers, later support Rockin’ Sidney on several singles lower for the Goldband label through the ’60s. Upon relocating towards the Lake Charles region in 1967, Walker shaped a music group to back spirit and blues performers like Tyrone Davis and Barbara Lynn because they handed through town; following a 10 years of regional achievement, nevertheless, the rise of disco brought a finish to his combo’s profession. With a key pad and drum machine in tow, Walker after that turned to carrying out like a single lounge act; through the blues revival from the mid-’80s, he came back to the studio room like a well known sessionman, resulting in his finding in 1991 by Cajun maker Lee Lavergne. His single debut LP, The Soulful Part of Zydeco, made an appearance later that 12 months and was adopted in quick succession by 1992’s Zydeco Fever and 1993’s In your dog House.