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Walt Wilkins & The Mystiqueros, the legendary Texas songwriter and his new group of exceptionally talented musicians, will release their debut album, DIAMONDS IN THE SUN. The CD was produced by Lloyd Maines, with Americana gems like “Trains I Missed,” which is already creating a buzz, “The Shape I’m In” and “Stand Up Seven.” The album includes six tracks by Wilkins, two by band members, and three covers by the likes of The Band, Davis Raines, Ray Stephenson & Bob Dipiero. Live performances are already drawing comparisons to The Eagles, but the band also reflects influences such as Poco, The Lost Gonzo Band, and Crosby, Stills & Nash. Joining Wilkins on acoustic guitar are Bill Small on bass, percussion and acoustic guitar; John M. Greenberg and Marcus Eldridge on electric guitars; and Ramon Rodriguez on drums and percussion. All five are singers, four are songwriters and each has made his own records. Maines also contributed turns on steel guitar, baritone guitar, acoustic high-string guitar and mandolin. Wilkins, a gifted songwriter, has earned comparisons to Guy Clark and Kris Kristofferson. His credits include “Songs About Texas,” the single that launched Pat Green’s career, Ricky Skaggs’ “Seven Hillsides” from the GRAMMY Award-winning SOLDIER OF THE CROSS and Ty Herndon’s “Big Hopes,” which was the title track for that record. Most recently, GRAMMY Award-winning artist Pam Tillis recorded on her new CD his “Someone, Somewhere Tonight” from MUSTANG ISLAND.
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08/19/2010 - Walt Wilkins and The Mystiqueros to perform Saturday - Read More
08/18/2010 - SINGER/SONGWRITER: Walt Wilkins & the Mystiqueros (8/21) - Read More
06/12/2009 - Walt Wilkins Changes It Up at Riverbend - Read More
04/11/2009 - WALT WILKINS & THE MYSTIQUEROS – Diamonds in the Sun - Read More
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07/01/2007 - Walt Wilkins & the Mystiqueros Q&A - Read More
03/01/2006 - Walt Wilkins Q&A - Read More
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Average Rating : 0              Total Reviews: 100

Walt Wilkins  05/18/2007            
Christy in Rochester
2 words: CAN'T WAIT!
Walt Wilkins  04/03/2007            
i had heard about walt by other singer song writers talking him... but then i went to steamboat and in the lukenbach tent saw walt and tina play... i was in aw... that show in the little tent was the best show i saw up at music fest... they are such great people and not to mention talented
Walt Wilkins  01/28/2007            
New Fan
This album changed my life. Walt Wilkins, please never stop writing.
Walt Wilkins  01/24/2007            
hey walt u were great in steamboat!
Walt Wilkins  12/14/2006            
Dylan Simmons
Hey Walt I was looking for a christmas presant for dad and and it lead me to this website and I was look at at the artists and I saw you adn I just wanted to say hi and that I love your music
Walt Wilkins  10/23/2006            
Walt is the most passionate singer that i have seen in awhile. I had the pleasure of meeting him at Albert ice house and he is as awesome of a person as he is a preformer. You have got to see him you if you enyjoy real soul and passion in your music.
Walt Wilkins  06/18/2006            
Rod in New Braunfels
If only there was a sixth star to rate "Hopewell." I originally bought this album for "Rambler," but the more I listened the more I realized the entire CD was a masterpiece. "Angels Share," is an excellent ballad that really makes you feel like slow sippin' some Beam. My favorite would be "Somedays a Dollar, Somedays a Dime," another excellent tune from Walt.
Walt Wilkins  04/27/2006            
jim in wimberley
I saw Walt a few months back in Austin. There was a guy there who told me Walt looked like Jesus. I couldn't help but tell folks after that, that Walt "writes like Jesus". I don't mean to offend anyone, but listening to these last two albums have been like reading the Bible at times. Thanks Walt
Walt Wilkins  03/27/2006            
Sam Gun Barrel
Thanks Walt for making me believe the balladeer is still alive. These lyrics and harmonies pierce to the marrow even to the darkest soul. If you like Texas flavored music, buy this NOW !!
Walt Wilkins  03/24/2006            
El Hombre
This is an EXCEPTIONAL CD, easily the best CD since Hayes Carll's Little Rock. Real country music from a real singer-songwriter. Folks, if you don't like this CD then you're just f'ing dead.
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