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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 26, 2024) – Country music icon Clay Walker announced today that his new song titled “I Know She Hung The Moon,” will be out next Friday, April 5. The touching country tune was penned by the late Toby Keith and Scotty Emerick. Toby first shared the song with Clay at the Toby Keith and Friends Golf Classic in 2021. Clay was immediately captivated. Clay resonated with the lyrics that echoed the love he has for his wife which has always been a cherished theme in his own music. Clay recorded the country ballad in December and with Toby’s recent passing he hopes to honor his legacy by bringing this song to life. Produced by the legendary Tony Brown, known for his work with icons like George Strait and Reba McEntire, this track captures the timeless essence of classic country, bridging generations in the ever-evolving genre soundscape. Clay will return to the Grand Ole Opry this Friday, March 29 at 7:00 pm CT. You can get your ticket here.

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About Clay Walker
Clay Walker stands as a towering figure in country music, his illustrious career marked by multi-PLATINUM sales, 11 chart-topping hits and 40 singles on the charts. His songs, including classics like “If I Could Make A Living” and “She Won’t Be Lonely Long,” resonate deeply, etching his name into the fabric of the genre. In 1996, Walker faced a new battle with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), but rather than yielding to its challenges, he emerged as a fierce advocate and fundraiser, establishing the Clay Walker Foundation to support those affected by the disease. Each year, the Clay Walker Charity Classic at Pebble Beach shines a light on his tireless efforts, raising awareness and funds for MS research. His latest album, Texas To Tennessee, produced by industry heavyweights Michael Knox and Jaron Boyer, soared to No. 1 on the iTunes Country Album charts. Drawing inspiration from legends like George Jones, James Taylor and Bob Seger, Walker’s music transcends generations, earning him a well-deserved place among country music royalty. A member of the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, Walker continues to captivate audiences nationwide, gracing stages from coast to coast with his electrifying performances, showcasing his unwavering passion for music and advocacy. He plans to release new music throughout 2024. For more information and to stay up-to-date visit