Professional Solo Saxophonist available for your wedding, restaurant, bar, party or corporate function. Based in Ipswich, Suffolk, David Walker (TheSaxWalker) currently performs across the whole of the UK and beyond!
Playing a number of different music genres from Soul, Funk & Pop, through to modern day Chart Hits, David expresses his love of Smooth Jazz through his music, creating an exciting, diverse and unique performance!
Fully self-sufficient, David brings his own PAT tested sound equipment along to every performance where he’s accompanied by the highest quality backing tracks. He’s also fully insured and brings a copy of his Public Liability Insurance certificate to every event, something a typical venue will always want to see!
David has performed for many prestigious clients including Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, St Elizabeth Hospice and England international rugby player Danny Care’s wedding, which was held at the beautiful Syon Park, London. As well as building up a reputable name as a professional saxophonist, David has built up a solid network of clientele and fans through his performances, YouTube & Facebook channels.
Karen Hamberg• Nov. 17, 2017
David truly is a very talented musician as well as being a gorgeous young man! After a lengthy search I settled on booking David and didn’t meet him until the night of my 50th birthday masquerade ball! He was very professional and helpful leading up to the event and delivered a fabulous evening of music and entertainment. All my guests absolutely loved him – Do not miss out – book NOW!!
Mr & Mrs Cooke• Oct. 20, 2017
David played at my wedding in October – couldn’t recommend him enough. We were lucky enough to have decent weather so we were all out in a courtyard, he created a great atmosphere and really set the day up. He knew exactly what to do on the day (with very minimal input from me) and made things super easy. Wouldn’t think twice about booking him again!
Jenny Loyd, Inspired Event Management• Sept. 24, 2017
“I booked David for a private party where the guest ages ranged from 8 – 80. He arrived in good time, was very polite, and not only did he look immaculate in a navy jacket and chinos, but he also played the saxophone very well! He had his own backing tracks for a range of music, and played 3 x 40 minute sessions throughout the afternoon tea party for 100+ guests in a stretch tent. I would have no hesitation booking him again at another of my events, when and if appropriate. Thank you David.”
Julie & Peter Beales – Southwood Hall, Norfolk• Sept. 22, 2017
“Peter and I (Lisa’s parents) want to thank you for the amazing Sax entertainment you provided at Lisa and Chris’s Wedding on 22nd September. The sun and venue provided the perfect environment for your amazing music. You enriched the event with your wonderful sax. Thank you again – you were amazing! Xx
Mr & Mrs Foley – Milsoms Kesgrave Hall, Ipswich, Suffolk• Sept. 1, 2017
“Couldn’t have been any happier with how David played at our wedding. It was absolutely perfect and everything we were hoping for. A fabulous saxophonist and a very lovely man! Thank you again!”
- How long do you play for?A maximum of 2 hours
- Do you have your own PA and lighting?I bring my own portable PA system along with me to every gig. All I require is access to a standard 13 amp plug socket.
- Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?All my equipment is PAT tested and I hold liability insurance with cover up to £1 million.
- How much space do you require?i require a minimum area of 2 meters squared.
- My favourite tune is not on your list. Will you be able to play it?Yes, I'm more than happy to learn a specific song for your event.
- How many breaks do you take? How long are they?During a 2 hour set I take a 10 minute break half way through.
A thousand Years – Christina Perri
Against all odds – Phil Collins
All I Do – Stevie Wonder
All of me – John Legend
Amazed – Lonestar
Army – Ellie Goulding
Baker Street – Gerry Raferty
Because of you – Neyo
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
Can’t help falling in love – Elvis Presley
Can’t stop the feeling – Justin Timberlake
Castle on the hill – Ed Sheeran
City On Our Knees – TobyMac
Closer – Neyo
Crazy – Gnarls Barkley
Dancing On My Own – Calum Scott
Despacito – Luis Fonsi
Don’t let go – En Vogue
Fine China – Chris Brown
Forget You – Cee Lo Green
Get Lucky – Daft Punk
Happy – Pharrell Williams
Have I told you lately – Rod Stewart
How long will I love you – Ellie Goulding
I feel Good – James Brown
If I ain’t got you – Alicia Keys
I Swear – All for one
I’m waiting for you – Jackiem Joyner
I will always love you – Whitney Houston
I won’t give up – Jason Mraz
Jubel (Save me) – Klingande
Just the two of us – Bill Withers
Just the way you are – Bruno Mars
Kingston Town – UB40
Lady in red – Chris De Burgh
Let her go – Passenger
Let’s stay together – Al Green
Lovely day – Bill Withers
Love me like you do – Ellie Goulding
Love never felt so good – Michael Jackson
Marry you – Bruno Mars
Master Blaster (Jammin) – Stevie Wonder
Never too much – Luther Vandross
New York – Alicia Keys
Not the only one – Sam Smith
One Day – Bakermat
Out of reach – Gabrielle
Passionfruit – Drake
Perfect – Ed Sheeran
Photograph – Ed Sheeran
Rock with you – Michael Jackson
Rude – Magic
Runaway – The Corrs
September – Earth, Wind & Fire
Sexual Healing – Marvin Gaye
Slow Jam – Euge Groove
Summertime – Ella Fitzgerald
Stay – Rihanna
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
Thank you – Dido
Thinking out loud – Ed Sheeran
Too good at goodbyes – Sam Smith
Treasure – Bruno Mars
Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson/Bruno Mars
Valerie – Amy Winehouse
Waiting all night – Rudimental
Waves – Mr. Probz
When I was your man – Bruno Mars
You might need somebody – Shola Ama
3 little birds – Bob Marley