Country musician Clay Walker performs Friday evening at Pearson Auditorium. Mark Wilson Photo
Clay Walker brought country soulfulness and hundreds of devoted fans to New Mexico Military Institute’s Pearson Auditorium, Friday, where the artist performed hits from a career in music that spans nearly 20 years. With nine studio albums released since 1993, Walker has sold more than 11 million albums, and has topped the Billboard country charts six times.
Walker played several selections from She Won’t Be Lonely Long, his latest album, including fan favorites “Wrong Enough to Know” and “Jesse James.” In front of an energetic crowd, Walker played No. 1 hits like “If I Could Make a Living,” “Live Until I Die” and “What’s It To You.”
Brittany Brice attended the show Login to read more