Being asked to sing the Star-Spangled Banner is indeed an honor. When the Brigham Young University held their July 4th celebration, called Stadium of Fire, 11-year-old Lexi Walker belted out the song like nobody ever has before. Hitting the high notes at that most difficult transition did not appear to phase Walker. She hit it with an ease that only the most accomplished singers can manage.
Lexi Walker is very much in the top most popular performers ratings. Backed up by a choir of hundreds, including the United States armed forces men and women, Walker stood out with an amazing voice. Walker brought on the fireworks following her performance, and, no doubt, the waterworks and chill bumps for many who watched and listened to her amazing voice.
Walker, who hails from Cottonwood Heights, Utah has been a performer for about three years, mostly in the Utah area, but branching out to the east and west coast and other countries. She has her own YouTube, Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram page, as well as her own website. She uses the theme “share goodness” and has been tagged as “America’s sweetheart.”
As a SONY recording artist, Walker has joined with other performers, including, David Archuleta, Kristen Chenoweth, The Piano Guys, Lindsey Stirling and more. Opening shows for artists such as tenor Alfie Boe, Clint Black, Idina Menzel, Walker has also performed in Beijing, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, and the Kennedy Center.