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 No. 1 on the Billboard charts. Since then, he has sold over 11 million albums, had 11 No. 1 hit singles, four RIAA platinum and two gold certified albums under his belt. Clay is currently out supporting his critically acclaimed ninth studio album She Won't Be Lonely Long. Outside of the stage and studio, Clay recently release his first book entitled Jesus Was A Country Boy (Howard Books/Simon & Schuster) where he shares some of the struggles he's gone through, including growing up poor, broken relationships, and being diagnosed with MS at 26 years old, and how his strong faith got him through everything. 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.