I miss Clay Walker! And I'm so glad that country music is finally starting to take a turn toward romance again! Because why the hell not!
When this song was climbing the charts in 2007 I remember singing along every time I heard it on the radio...
There's an art to giving a great interview, and not every country star has mastered it. In fact, most fall somewhere between guarded and nervous when they pick up the phone or agree to talk about their lives and music face-to-face. That holds a singer back, but it's an obstacle that can be overcome, as Brantley Gilbert has proven.
Clay Walker is at an interesting point in his life and career. He's a survivor. He's lived twice as long as doctors predicted he would when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1996, and he's lasted much longer than your average Nashville hat.
Today on the Sean and Richie Show we were happy to hear from Clay Walker. As you may know I am a huge fan of Clay's music, and even more so a fan of the man. You just don't get to meet too many really good people in this world and Clay is just that.
I could really use your help my friends. As you know it is pretty hard to be objective when it comes to a person's children. I'd like your objective opinion on my oldest son, Ryan. He taught himself the guitar and to sing. I will admit that when he began the singing was more than a little rough but he has come a long way with it. He has worked hard and now that I actually have a recording of him I