Walker McGuire is the singer/songwriter duo Jordan Walker and Johnny McGuire. They are Texas and Kansas, heartland USA; performers whose harmonies embody the fabric of America. From an experience writing a veteran’s story in “They Call Me Doc,” to conveying a father’s love in “The Color Pink,” to the story of everyman’s heartbreak in their new single “Til Tomorrow,” Walker McGuire connects with fans. The Nashville-based duo caught the attention of GRAMMY nominated multi-platinum selling producer, Mickey Jack Cones (Dustin Lynch, Joe Nichols and Trace Adkins). “The first time I heard them, I jumped in with both feet! They are the real deal,” said Cones, who has signed them as writers to the publishing partnership Combustion/Atlas and Cor Music Publishing, and management to Cor Entertainment. Walker McGuire and Cones are currently in the studio recording the new music for which their followers are clamoring. “Til Tomorrow,” their debut single with Cones producing, is quickly picking up steam at radio after being premiered on the nationally syndicated Big D and Bubba show. The wildly-popular morning drive radio hosts were the first to jump on the “fan train,” after seeing Walker McGuire perform at a Nashville bar, and have been integral in launching the duo. “These guys have an infectious energy, and it just makes you want to be a part of their story,” said Big D. “We did, and it is clear from the groundswell of support from our listeners that they agree,” said Patrick Thomas, producer of Big D and Bubba. Walker McGuire’s acoustic performance videos, on Big D and Bubba’s YouTube channel, have garnered more than 2 million views to date. The duo is constantly touring thanks to their booking team at United Talent Agency. “There is nothing more important to us than connecting with the fans because they are driving this train!” McGuire said.