Are you looking for something to do this Saturday night? How about seeing a country music icon? You are in luck as country crooner Clay Walker will be stopping back in Lake Charles for a big show.

At the height of his career, Clay Walker received the diagnosis that he had multiple sclerosis in 1996. Even though he got the news, it didn't stop Clay from taking care of himself and also becoming an advocate for multiple sclerosis. Clay Walker started a non-profit charity, Band Against MS, in 2003 and since then has done well to bring awareness to the disease.

Clay Walker Band Against MS Ride 2016
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Clay is from right down the road in Vidor, Texas. The 53-year-old singer has been a staple in country music since his debut back in 1993 with the release of What's It To You.

Since then,Clay Walker has had huge hits with songs like Dreaming With My Eyes Wide Open, I Could Make A Living Out Of Loving You, This Woman And This Man, Hypnotize The Moon, Rumor Has It, Then What?, Fall, and She Won't Be Lonely Long

Talk about a library of hits huh? You can hear all his big hits this Saturday night right here in Lake Charles. He will be live at the Golden Nugget's Grand Event Center in lake Charles Saturday night and will hit the stage at 8:00 pm.

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