Clay Walker To Hold MS Benefit In Nashville
January 6, 2010 at 7:39 AM (PT)
CURB/NASHVILLE artist CLAY WALKER will perform a multiple sclerosis benefit concert at the WILDHORSE SALOON in NASHVILLE on FEBRUARY 23rd. The concert, "Chords of Hope: The CLAY WALKER MS Benefit Concert," will be presented by CLEAR CHANNEL Country WSIX/NASHVILLE and produced by WALKER's charity BAND AGAINST MS (BAMS).
WALKER said: “I’m happy that the day has finally come where I get the chance to do something that I love right here in NASHVILLE and to raise money for something that is near and dear to my heart." Diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS in 1996, WALKER founded BAMS to provide educational information and to fund research for MS in hopes of finding a cure to the disease.
Tickets go to sale SATURDAY (1/09) at 10a (CT) through the WILDHORSE SALOON for $10 to $50. All proceeds go toward multiple sclerosis research at VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER.
Also, a big congrats to CLAY WALKER and wife JESSICA on their newest addition to the family, a baby girl. MARY-ELIZABETH was born DECEMBER 27th and has an older brother, WILLIAM, who was born in AUGUST 2008.