Clifford Walker

Walker sings two songs of not more than ordinary catchiness and in rather subdued voice. There is nothing to prove that he is a good pianist.
For an audience of quiet demeanor such as might be found at a strawberry festival the act is suitable.
An act on the same pattern as that which is offered by Willa Holt Wakefield and probably taken from the same amusement field as a vaudeville venture, for it classes more as a parlor entertainment than as a vaudeville number.
Variety 7:1 (07/06/1907)