Clay Walker To Perform At Barrett-Jackson's 6th Annual Car Collection Auction on 9/26
CLAY WALKER TO PERFORM AT BARRETT-JACKSON’S 6TH ANNUAL CAR COLLECTION AUCTION IN LAS VEGAS SEPTEMBER 26th TO BE BROADCAST ON FOX SPORTS 2
Clay Walker To Appear In New Movie
“Alone Yet Not Alone”
Opening In Select Theaters Friday
Multi-platinum selling country artist Clay Walker will perform the National Anthem for The World's Greatest Collector Car Auctions™, Barrett-Jackson’s 6th Annual auction in Las Vegas tomorrow, September 26th. The event, which will be held at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, will be broadcast on FOX Sports 2 and fans can catch Clay’s performance at 11am PST (check local listings). Clay will also help Barrett- Jackson pay tribute to the military by performing his single “All American” as the Wounded Warriors Family Support charity car crosses the block.
Clay will appear in the family-friendly drama movie, Alone Yet Not Alone, which will debut in select theaters on Friday, September 27th including at the Carmike Thoroughbreed in Franklin. The movie will premiere nationwide in February and is based on a true story of a family at a critical juncture in America’s history, taken from the novel of the same name written by Tracy Leininger Craven. Alone Yet Not Alone tells the inspiring story of Barbara and Regina Leininger and their journey of faith and survival during the French & Indian war in 1755. To get more information on the movie and check out local showings fans can go to http://www.aloneyetnotalone.com/
As a true fan favorite with a devoted legion of followers across the country, Clay Walker made his country music debut in 1993 with his smash hit “What’s It To You,” which quickly climbed to #1 on the Billboard charts. Since then, he has sold over 11 million albums, had 11 #1 hit singles, four RIAA platinum and two gold certified albums under his belt. Outside of the stage and studio, Clay is the founder of Band Against MS (BAMS) a non-profit charity that funds MS research and education. Walker established BAMS in 2003 with the goal of helping others living with the same disease he has battled since 1996. To date, BAMS has raised more than 2 million dollars.