Clay Walker’s 1993 single “What’s It to You” topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts at No. 1 and sat at No. 73 on the Billboard Hot 100. Walker’s concert experience pulls fans into the performance as he encourages clapping and even stops singing to allow the fans to take over. The intimate experience Walker frames gives ticket holders the ultimate country music experience. His most recent album She Won’t Be Lonely Long debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.
Walker’s career began touring at the age of 19, which led him to a house singer position at a bar. James Stroud, producer and president of Giant Records, discovered Walker singing and signed him to his company in 1992. Walker’s style of country music, influenced by the rhythm and blues that he grew up with, has been immensely popular throughout his career. The country singer has released 11 albums, including a Christmas special and a greatest hits album, with four of his studio albums have obtaining platinum certification: Clay Walker, If I Could Make A Living, Hypnotize the Moon, and Rumor Has It. When Walker isn’t on tour or creating his rugged, blues-inspired country music, he works with his charity, Band Against MS, Inc. He was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1996, and he established BAMS in 2003 to fund research and help those affected by the disease. Ticket buyers can enjoy his 2014 Chords of Hope benefit concert in Nashville, along with the exciting new music he plans to release early in the year.