Hello & welcome to TheSaxWalker

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! 

My Latest Customer Reviews:

“David played at my sister’s wedding in January, and I have to say from start to finish everything ran super smoothly. A professional yet approachable guy with a great talent, the guests (and bride and groom) were really pleased with the music choices and he worked alongside the DJ with ease and flexibility. Don’t hesitate to book him, he’s reliable and punctual too!”

– Rachael Disley – Woodhall Manor, Woodbridge, Suffolk (January 2019)

“Thank you soooooo much for playing at my partners 30th Party this weekend. You and your brother (DJ) Spin the beats were both amazing. Everything I could have wanted. From the regular contact to arrange everything to the playlist. you made everything easy. David, your Sax playing really made the evening, very talented and everyone commented how good it was. I would happily have you both at every party thrown in future. Such lovely guys as well 😊”

– Vicky Dowd – Private party, Southend-on-Sea, Essex (January 2019)

“What can we say , David ( TheSaxWalker) an exquisite talent that should be heard by all, having booked him for our wedding day he did not disappoint and exceeded our expectations throughout the day, playing to my bride as she walked down the aisle, soulfully expressing his talent throughout the day and finally raising the roof on the evening to say money well spent is an understatement, a true professional and a genuine nice guy, thank you for making our day even more special, would and will recommend to anyone.”

– Victoria & Mark Tyson – Rise Hall, Rise, East Yorkshire (October 2018)