Robert Walker (musician)
|Also known as||Bilbo
Little Junior Bilbo
|Born||February 19, 1937|
|Years active||1970s - present|
Walker was born near Clarksdale, Mississippi. Walker Sr. was often referred to by his nickname, "Bilbo", which was then passed onto to Walker Jr., who was also sometimes called Little Junior Bilbo. Walker began to explore music after his sister's boyfriend introduced him to Ike Turner. After spending 17 years in Chicago, Illinois with his friend David Porter, Walker moved to the area around Bakersfield, California and started a farm growing such commodities as watermelon and cotton. During this time, he continued to perform at local bars in the California area, as well as in Chicago and Clarksdale when on visits. He currently still resides in California.
- 1997 Promised Land - Rooster Blues
- 1998 Rompin' & Stompin' - Fedora
- 2001 Rock the Night - Rooster Blues
- The Penguin Guide to Blues Recordings by Tony Russell and Chris Smith, et al. pg. 676.
- Richard J. Skelly. "Robert Walker Biography". Retrieved 2006-12-09.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
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