Nashville Musicians Association Honors Bill Walker For 50 Years of Industry Service

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Bill Walker (L) and Dave Pomeroy (R)

World-renowned arranger, conductor, and music director Bill Walker was recently presented with the 50 Years of Service To The Industry pin by the Nashville Musicians Association (American Federation of Music).

AFM Nashville President Dave Pomeroy made the presentation to Walker and noted, “Over the past few years it has been a real pleasure to get to know Bill Walker. He is a great arranger, composer, conductor, bandleader, and a wonderful man. His impact on the Nashville music scene has been tremendous, and it was an honor to present him with his 50-year AFM pin.”

Walker’s extensive body of work includes music director residency on various television shows, including The Johnny Cash Show (1969-1971) on ABC, the CMA Awards (for 15 years), the Music City News Awards, Music Hall America (Syndicated), The Statler Brothers Show on TNN (1991-1998) and numerous other prime-time television specials.

He is recognized for his work in movies, and produced or arranged some of the biggest hits in Country music history.

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