Clay Walker is a multi-PLATINUM selling country artist who has garnered 11 No. 1 songs, 40 charted singles, four RIAA PLATINUM albums, two Certified GOLD albums and more, and he has established himself as a country music staple with songs like "If I Could Make A Living," "This Woman And This Man," "Live Until I Die" and "She Won’t Be Lonely Long." Diagnosed in 1996 with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Walker has become a passionate advocate and fundraiser for others with the disease through his self-named foundation. Among his efforts are the annual Clay Walker Charity Classic at Pebble Beach. The golf event highlights the highly active way Walker has approached MS, continuing to perform and raise a growing family while showing no signs of slowing. His most recent album Texas To Tennessee, which was produced by Michael Knox (Jason Aldean) and Jaron Boyer (Dierks Bentley's "Somewhere On A Beach"), reflects on his storied career. Walker recorded the album in both his home state of Texas and adopted home of Nashville, delivering 10 tracks that channel his most prolific hit-making music of the ‘90s, while embracing the modern sounds of today's country music scene. Listen to Texas to Tennessee, here: https://orcd.co/texastotennessee
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