RON WALKER was positioned to take the music industry by storm. His band, "The Stumbles" gained national attention with their self-titled album "The Stumbles", their pop gem "And She" slotted to be their first single release from Elektra Records. Performing at the ASCAP Showcase "The Top 5 Unsigned Bands in the US" at the iconic CBGB’s in New York City, The Stumbles failed to get the record contract they were destined to sign.
Over the years, the Phoenix New Times, 1992, 1995 & 2015, cited Ron Walker as “shiny & solid, an artist that should be around for a spell.” “The band boasts two strong front men/guitarists, Ron Walker and Mark Moffatt, "And She" is a whisper-to-scream pop gem, a killer song, and the band has more where that came from.” “In the brief time on the Phoenix scene, they came up with a great parcel of songs.”
Following the failure of the CBGB's gig, Ron searched for answers to his many questions of purpose and passion. This led to Ron's conversion in 1996 to Christianity. Ron subsequently left The Stumbles and began his own personal and musical journey to self-fulfillment, eventually entering the ministry and Pastoring a local church in Peoria, AZ.
Ron began to actively write and record music, igniting once again his passion for creating music that appeals to all ages and generations. His rhythmic lyrics, accompanied by a wide spectrum of musical style, continue to produce fresh songs, a different genre of music spanning a lifetime of creativity.