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With his first two singles reaching number one upon their release, Clay Walker immediately established himself as a commercial success. Unlike most of his new country contemporaries of the mid-'90s, he was able to sustain that success over a couple of years, racking up no less than five number one singles in the first three years of his career.

Clay Walker (born 19 August 1969 in Beaumont, Texas) is an American country music singer. He fell in love with music at age 9, and after graduating high school, he pursued a full-time music career.

Clay Walker (born August 19, 1969) was born and raised on a farm in Beaumont, TX, the hometown of George Jones. Walker fell in love with country music at an early age, when his father gave him a guitar when he was only nine years old. After he graduated from high school, Walker pursued musical career full-time, playing concerts across the South, the Midwest, and Canada. For over three years, he toured and went to school, taking courses about the music business. During this time, he acted as his own manager. Eventually, he became the house singer at the Neon Armadillo bar in Beaumont. While performing at the club, producer James Stroud heard Walker and offered to work with the singer. Stroud helped Walker secure a contract with Giant Records, and the pair began working on the vocalist's debut album.
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He eventually became the house singer at the Neon Armadillo Bar in Beaumont, where he was discovered by producer James Stroud. Stroud helped Walker get a contract with Giant Records, and they began working on Walker's debut album.

The eponymous Clay Walker was released in 1993. It contained the #1 hit singles "What's It to You", "Live Until I Die" and "Dreaming With My Eyes Wide Open". It also featured the #11 "Where Do I Fit In the Picture" as well as the flop "White Palace".

In 1994, Walker's second album, If I Could Make a Living, was released. It contained the #1 hit title track, as well as top-ten hit "This Woman and This Man" and minor hit "My Heart Will Never Know".

Walker's third album, Hypnotize the Moon, was released in 1995. It contained the #2 hit "Who Needs You Baby", as well as the top-ten title track, and minor hits "Only On Days That End In 'Y'" and "Bury the Shovel".

1996 saw discouraging news. Clay Walker was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Walker, however, didn't care. He was going to make music and perform concerts no matter what happened to him.

1997 saw the release of Walker's fourth album, Rumor Has It. The hits on this album included "Watch This", "One, Two, I Love You", "Then What", and the title track.

In 1998, Walker's Greatest Hits was released, featuring all of his hit singles, plus two new hit songs, "You're Beginning to Get to Me", and "Ordinary People".

Walker's last Giant Records album, Live, Laugh, Love, came in 1999. It included the #3 hit "Chain of Love", plus the #11 title track, as well as the #16 "She's Always Right", and flops "Once In a Lifetime" and a remake of the Earl Thomas Conley hit "Holding Her and Loving You".

Walker then recorded an album for Warner Brothers. Say No More was released in 2001. It was the least successful of his albums, only reaching gold status. It included minor hits "If You Ever Feel Like Lovin' Me Again" and the title track.

Walker's RCA debut, A Few Questions, came in 2003. It included the top-ten title track, plus another top-ten, "I Can't Sleep". It also featured a minor hit, "Jesus Was a Country Boy".

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Discography
1993 - Clay Walker
1994 - If I Could Make a Living
1995 - Hypnotize the Moon
1997 - Rumor Has It
1998 - Greatest Hits
1999 - Live, Laugh, Love
2001 - Say No More
2003 - A Few Questions
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