Ernest Clayton Walker Jr. Walker began entering talent competitions at age fifteen. At nineteen, he also began touring as a musician, playing various local clubs and eventually finding work as the house singer at a bar in Beaumont called the Neon Armadillo. Walker signed to Giant late in the year. Its followup "Live Until I Die" which Walker wrote , was released late in the year and became his second consecutive No. An additional cut from the album, "White Palace," charted at number 67 on the country charts without being released as a single. It produced two more No. The latter song spent two weeks at No.
Ernest Clayton Walker Jr. Both singles were included on his self-titled debut album, released in via Giant Records. He stayed with the label until its closure, later recording for Warner Bros. Clay Walker has released a total of eleven studio albums, including a greatest hits package and an album of Christmas music. His first four studio albums all achieved platinum certification in the United States and his greatest hits collection and fifth studio album were each certified gold. Ernest Clayton Walker Jr,. After leaving his shift as nighttime desk clerk at a Super 8 Motel , he stopped at a local radio station to deliver a tape of a song that he had written. Although the morning disc jockey told him that the station's policies prohibited playing self-submitted tapes, he played Walker's song and said that it was "too good to pass up.
Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits compilation album by country music singer Clay Walker. It was released in Two previously unreleased tracks "Ordinary People" and "You're Beginning to Get to Me" are included on this album; both were issued as singles in The former peaked at 35 on the Billboard country charts, while the latter was a 2 hit for Walker. In an interview with Tulsa World , Walker stated about the album, "I'm just kind of funny about the word "great' being used with my name, putting "great' with something I do I don't know.
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