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Vocalist
    (August 19, 1969- )
    Albums include 'Live, Laugh, Love,' 'Rumor Has It,' 'Hypnotize The Man' and 'If I Could Make A Living'
    Recorded 'What's It To You,' 'Live Until I Die,' 'Dreaming With My Eyes Open,' 'This Woman and This Man' and 'Who Needs You Baby'
    His nickname is 'Clayboy.'
    His fan club is known as the 'Crazy4Clay Gang.'
    He said: 'It is difficult to make a traditional country song sound modern and traditional.'
    After hearing his song on the radio for the first time, he said: 'I was hollerin' and whoopin' it up so bad I almost ran off the road.'
    He worked as a janitor, bus boy and dishwasher to make ends meet while trying to establish a country music career.
    He was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (1996).
    He is an honorary ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
    He ranked 12th on'CMT's Sexiest Men in Country Music 2004.'

Credit: D and Poeboy


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