Clay Walker Announces Second Annual MS Benefit Concert
Clay Walker is gearing up to return to the concert stage in Nashville. In March, the singer will host his second annual Multiple Sclerosis (MS) benefit concert at the Wildhorse Saloon. Chords of Hope: The Clay Walker MS benefit concert is presented by Nashville's WSIX radio station and produced by Clay's charity, Band Against MS (BAMS).
Clay, who was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS in 1996, puts much focus and energy each year into doing his part to raise funds for MS research. He founded BAMS in order to provide educational information and to fund research for MS in hopes of finding a cure to the disease.
"This concert is truly a marriage between two important aspects of my life: music and raising awareness for MS," says Clay. "I'm thrilled to be performing again at the Wildhorse and I'm honored to continue our support by raising money for the important MS research being conducted by our friends at Vanderbilt University Medical Center."
Chords of Hope: The Clay Walker MS benefit concert is scheduled for Wednesday, March 2. Tickets to the event range from $15.50 to $150 and are on sale now. Tickets can be purchased by calling 615-902-8211 or by visiting the Wildhorse Saloon's website. Proceeds from the concert will go toward MS research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
Clay's latest single, 'Where Do I Go From You,' is currently in the Top 30 on the country singles chart.