Multiplatinum country music artist Clay Walker has signed with premier talent and literary agency United Talent Agency (UTA) for worldwide representation. At UTA, Walker will be represented by a team of agents representing his interests in music.
“We’re excited to have Clay as a new client. His world-class voice, performance style and commitment to philanthropy makes him an artist that we are thrilled to represent. We look forward to working with him on some innovative new opportunities,” said UTA’s Nick Meinema
East Texas native began the country music scene in 1993 with his debut album, Clay Walker, that included the hit “What’s It to You.” He continued releasing a string of number one hits including "If I Could Make a Living," "This Woman and This Man," and "Rumor Has It.” To date, Walker has sold 11 million albums and has received four RIAA-certified Platinum albums, two certified Gold albums, and a total of 11 No. 1 singles.
In 1996 Walker was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, but did not let that set him back. He has continued touring and recording steadily since the diagnosis and is well known for his high-energy concerts and performance style. He later founded the Band Against MS foundation after realizing the impact the disease has on others. Since its formation in 2003, Walker has helped the foundation raise upwards of $5,000,000 through charity performances, golf tournaments, bike rides, and auctions.
His first studio release since 2010’s She Won't Be Lonely Long, will launch later this year. For more information visit: claywalker.com
Walker is managed by the Irv Woolsey Company.