Multi-platinum selling country star Clay Walker will be bringing his critically acclaimed live show to Lafayette, Louisiana October 23rd to The District and to Corpus Christi, Texas on October 24th to the Brewster Street Ice House. Walker, who hasn’t performed a club date in almost a decade, wanted to return to the intimacy of performing for a thousand or so fans for these two special shows. Always eager to give the fans what they want Clay will perform some of his biggest hits including “You Won’t Be Lonely Long,” “What’s It To You?,” “This Woman and This Man” and “Live Until I Die,” as well as give fans a special taste of some of his brand new music in these small intimate venues. For more information on these shows and to purchase tickets please visit www.claywalker.com.
“I wanted to return to the intimacy that a club date provides with fans by getting up close and personal with them in Lafayette and Corpus Christi,” said Clay. “I thought it was important while I am working on new music to take it to the people who have been supporting me throughout the years and see what they think.”
Clay has been on the road all year impressing fans and critics alike performing some of his biggest hits and even two new songs entitled “Rock the Radio” and “Long Live the Cowboy,” which he debuted on SiriusXM’s newest on-air Country music channel Y2Kountry in July. Clay has been in the studio for several months working on new music which he will test out at these shows.
As a true fan favorite with a devoted legion of followers across the country Clay Walker has sold over 11 million albums; had 11 No. 1 hit singles, four RIAA Platinum and two Gold certified albums, under his belt. His most recent ninth studio album She Won’t Be Lonely Long received critical praise from fans and media alike. He returned as the host of TROPHY HUNTERS TV on the Outdoor Channel for the 2014 season and can be seen in select theatres in the family-friendly drama movie, Alone Yet Not Alone. Outside of the stage and studio, Clay is the founder of Band Against MS (BAMS) a non-profit charity that funds MS research and education. Walker established BAMS in 2003 with the goal of helping others living with the same disease he has battled since 1996. To date, BAMS has raised more than 2 million dollars.