"The things to me that last are things that are real," Clay Walker says. "Realness is what draws people in."
Keeping things real has been a priority for Clay Walker. That may be why on his new album, "She Won't Be Lonely Long," his second for Curb Records, Walker sounds as fresh and hungry as he did when he released his first hit, "What's It To You," 17 years ago.
And there have been plenty since. Of his nine previous albums, four are RIAA-certified platinum, two more are certified gold; among nearly three dozen singles, 11 have been No. 1. But Walker sounds like he's just getting started.
Like his 2007 Curb Records debut, Fall, Walker's new album, She Won't Be Lonely Long was produced by Keith Stegall. The collection of songs is as solid and filler-free as he's recorded over the course of 10 studio albums. Radio friendly? Hello, cover of Alabama's immortal "Feels So Right," with Randy Owen, the writer of the song and Alabama member, performing it as a duet with Walker.
Top Hits Include:
1. She Won't Be Lonely Long
2. This Woman and This Man
3. If I Could Make A Living
4. Live Until I Die
5. Then What?
Sizzle Reel: https://vimeo.com/groups/135231/videos/39303670
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