Meet Walker Wilson from season 23 of The Voice

Walker Wilson is a renowned American singer and songwriter who achieved great fame by appearing on season 23 of NBC’s acclaimed show, The Voice. The season was directed by Chance the Rapper, Kelly Clarkson, Niall Horan and Blake Shelton and hosted by the ever-popular Carson Daly.

Birth and early life

Walker Wilson was born in Mississippi. From a very young age, Wilson sang along to the radio and his parents were amazed by his natural affinity for music. By the time Wilson was 5, he had already joined several church choirs and had sung in the Mississippi State Choir.

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As Wilson entered his teens, he picked up the guitar at age 12, but like many kids his age, he put it down again shortly after. But that all changed when he was 15, after watching a documentary about The Eagles, Walker was inspired to pick up the guitar again and began practicing for hours, mastering the skill of singing and playing simultaneously. When he was 19, Walker gave his first live concert as an acoustic opening act for one of his friends’ local bands.

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In 2020, Walker graduated from technical school with an impressive degree in Machine Tool Technology and began a career as a CNC machinist.

Before voice 23

Walker worked diligently, putting in 35 to 40 hours each week from Monday to Thursday and also performing shows on Fridays and Saturdays.

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His enthusiasm for his job in the machine shop faltered, but he developed a passion for playing music, which caused him to reconsider the direction of his life.


Walker had been saving for quite some time and was finally able to achieve his goal of moving to Nashville in June 2021. Now, he is fully present in his passion: writing and performing music for the masses almost once a week.

That same year, she released her debut song “Little Less Here.” After a year, she released her second single “Dear Raymond.”

Walker gained fame thanks to the NBC singing competition show, “The Voice,” hosted by the beloved Carson Daly. This show is divided into five exciting rounds of competition: blind auditions, battle rounds, eliminations, playoffs and live shows.

She performed “Hurricane” by The Band of Heathens during The Voice blind auditions. She received two chair turns from Niall Horan and Blake Shelton. Later he decided to join Team Blake.


  • Wilson Walker is originally from Mississippi.
  • Walker has performed his live performances at many famous venues.
  • Walker has written a few lines on his right hand.

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