Clay Walker Has Banner Week With New Music, National Anthem, Shows
|(Nashville, Tennessee…) – October 31, 2019 — Clay Walker has remained one of the most in-demand country artists, since his “What’s It To You” single topped the charts in 1993, but the last week has created a new excitement for the award-winning singer/songwriter. Friday, October 25 saw the release of Clay Walker – The Complete Albums 1993-2002, a compilation of 76 songs recorded on Warner Brothers Nashville. Included on the new album are his #1 hits like “What’s It To You,” “Live Until I Die,” “Dreaming With My Eyes Wide Open,” “If I Could Make A Living,” “This Woman And This Man,” “Rumor Has It” and more. Also included are all 11 cuts from his critically-acclaimed holiday album, simply titled Christmas. Check out the entire collection HERE. |
On Monday of this week, Walker performed a five-song set of his #1 hits for the attendees at the International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA) convention in Nashville. The standing-room-only crowd sang along with every song.
The following day, Walker headed to Texas to sing a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem and root for his home team, the Houston Astros, at game six of the World Series. Clay was joined on the field by his two young sons, and the announcer said, “We’re very happy to welcome back a Minute Maid Park favorite…and Houston favorite, Clay Walker.” View the performance HERE.
Clay’s exciting week continues with big shows on November 2 in San Antonio, TX at The Roundup and November 3 in Austin, TX at H-E-B Center. Find tickets here: http://claywalker.com/tour/
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