Bradley Walker has been making a name for himself as a singer since before his breakout album, Highway of Dreams, made such an impact in the ears of bluegrass fans. Bradley has performed on stage at the historic Ryman Auditorium, The Grand Ole Opry, and showcased at IBMA. He’s living his dream.
Bradley is an inspiration to all those around him. Born with Muscular Dystrophy, he has been in a wheelchair his entire life. That has never slowed him down though.
Next month, September 2-3, Bradley will perform on stage, and national television, in support of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. It’s their annual Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon, which raises support for the organization’s many research, service, and health education programs.
Bradley first performed for the telethon in 1989 with the Oak Ridge Boys. He has since performed for the telethon in 2001, 2002, and 2006.
MDA National Chairman and Telethon star Jerry Lewis commented on Bradley’s participation.
I’m excited to welcome Bradley Walker back to the show this year. He’s an extraordinary talent, and I’m sure his performance and story will inspire our Telethon viewers.
I’m sure it will. I know his masterful vocal performances have always inspired me.