Clay Walker, along with pals Craig Campbell and Greg Bates, raised more than $12,000 during the fourth annual Chords of Hope benefit concert held at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon on October 30th. The concert was hosted by Clay’s charity Band Against MS (BAMS) and all proceeds were donated to the MS Center at Vanderbilt University Medical Center to aid in MS research and awareness.
Multi-platinum selling country artist Clay Walker proved yet again why he has enjoyed such a prolific career when he performed two sold-out shows last weekend in Las Vegas at The Venetian. The concerts, filmed for an RFD-TV two-hour special, will air on Sunday, December 15th at 9pm EST (Direct TV, Channel 345; Dish, Channel 231 – check local listings).
The special features Clay performing some of his No. 1 hits including “What’s It To You,” “This Woman and This Man,” “If I Could Make A Living,” and “Rumor Has It” along with several fan favorites like “Fall” and “She Won’t Be Lonely Long.” Walker, who recently went back into the studio to record new music (slated for release early next year), also surprised a US Army Veteran and Purple Heart recipient, Todd Fahn with the keys to his 100% mortgage free home in Henderson, NV through the Military Warriors Support Foundation, an organization that he helped create with Lt. General (Ret.) Leroy Sisco. Fans can tune in to see the heartwarming moment when Clay hands him the keys to the home he will share with his fiancé and two year old son.
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. He is currently out supporting his critically acclaimed ninth studio album She Won’t Be Lonely Long. He will return as the host of TROPHY HUNTERS TV on the Outdoor Channel when the season returns in 2014 and can be seen in select theatres in the family-friendly drama movie, Alone Yet Not Alone. Walker also recently released his first self-penned book entitled Jesus Was A Country Boy (Howard Books/Simon & Schuster).