Stars & Guitars – 10th Anniversary Show Central

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Country music star Clay Walker performs onstage at the 2004 CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Tenessee.

Clay Walker is back on the radio with a new album, and we’re thrilled to have him as part of our 2021 Stars & Guitars show coming on November 15!

We all know and love Clay from several MASSIVE hits in the 1990s. Today, we’re going to take a look at the Top 5 Clay Walker hits from the 1990s. He had so many great ones, and we know we had to leave some off. He also had some amazing hits in the 2000s, but we’ll do those on another list! Let us know in the comment box at the bottom which one is YOUR favorite!

  • 5. Hypnotize The Moon

    The title track from Clay’s 1995 album, “Hypnotize the Moon” was a massive hit, climbing to No. 2 on the country charts.

  • 4. This Woman and This Man

    The second track released off of Clay’s 1994 album, “This Woman and This Man” was a powerful love gone wrong song that managed to reach No. 1.

  • 3. If I Could Make a Living

    Alan Jackson co-wrote this song that was the title track of his 1994 album. It reached No. 1, but Clay has been quoted saying it’s not necessarily one of his favorites.

  • 2. Rumor Has It

    Clay’s 1997 album title track is one of the most infectious, happy love bops of the 90s. We’re here for this No. 1 hit all day.

  • 1. What's It To You

    This 1993 legendary country track catapulted Clay into superstar status early on. It still sounds just a great today, nearly 30 years later.