Clay Walker

Ernest Clayton " Clay" Walker Jr. ( born August 19, 1969 in Beaumont, Texas) is an American country singer.


Walker was discovered and promoted, who took him for his label Giant Records under contract by music producer James Stroud. Walker's debut single What's To You 1993 reached number one in the country charts as well as the subsequent Live Until I Die. Both singles and yet another number 1 hit were extractions of the album Clay Walker, which was certified platinum.

A year later came his second album: If I Could Make A Living, which was almost as successful as the first. A single release became the number - one hit, one more made ​​it to fifth place. The third album Hypnotize The Moon reached platinum status. The title song became Walker's seventh number - one hit. The success was in 1997 with the next album Rumor Has It, at the highest level constant. Again, there was platinum and again two number 1 singles were released.

In addition to the lengthy studio work Clay Walker frequently occurred concerts, 1995 once before over 50,000 spectators in Houston. 2003 separated the Texans of Giant Records and signed with RCA. The first CD, which was released under the new label, was A Few Questions. The title track could be just like I Can not Sleep placing in the top ten.

His latest album titled case was published in April 2007.

Walker has sold more than 8 million records and is among the few artists who could be placed in five consecutive years in the Billboard Year - Top 10 of country music.