Clay Walker performed several new songs at his 6th annual Chords of Hope concert during the week of the CMA Music Festival, some of which will be released in July.
“It’s been a long time coming. We’ve all worked hard to pick great songs,” says Walker.
Although he wouldn’t give up which songs will be released initially, he did say that it will be at least two songs, and that fans will be able to get more information when it becomes available from his website (www.claywalker.com) and by following him on Twitter (@claywalker).
He was excited not only to perform some of the new tunes for his fans, but for industry colleagues as well.
“When you have the people who know if you’re on or not, it’s important to me to give a really great performance,” said Walker.
The sold-out concert raised funds for the Vanderbilt MS Research Center. Walker’s charity, Band Against MS, has raised 2.5 million dollars since it began in 2003. The non-profit organization funds multiple sclerosis research and education.