walter alexander, Piano

Walter Alexander, a multi-keyboardist born and bred in New York City, has been a musical fixture in that area since his first major gig with 'Johnny Maestro', of 'Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge' fame. Having done everything from rock/fusion/R&B to blues plus society gigs, and a two year stint with his own band 'Justin Sane' in the Boston area, it was evident that Mr. Alexander was still looking to expand his horizon and assimilate all he could. After a very successful run with 'Equinox', a rock band with a very strong following in the New York tri-state area, Mr. Alexander again found himself seeking out the influence of other musicians - and in doing so he began working in such diverse areas as Hawaii - Hilton Head, South Carolina and Palm Springs, California - opening for such acts as 'The O'Jays' and 'Frankie Valle'. His latest tour was an eight month European gig with 'Stevie Cochran' - a blues/R&B guitarist renowned in the New York City area and Europe.

Mr. Alexander has since relocated to San Francisco and recently composed music for the film, 'If The Shoe Fits' -  produced by Senelle Sibada.  He maintains a busy schedule of gigging throughout California in addition to teaching at the VIBO Music Center. With the sum of all the musical ideas and influences he has encountered during his years of gigging and traveling, he has begun to do some serious writing and will release a CD in the near future.

Mr. Alexander owns his own recording studio and has entered into a publishing agreement for some of his works with a major New York City music publishing house that supplies music for Hollywood film releases. He is anxiously awaiting new challenges and opportunities.

Member AFM (local 802 NYC) and ASCAP.