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Clay Walker Hosts Concert To Benefit Multiple Sclerosis Research

98 WSIX and Band Against MS Team Up to Raise Funds for Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

On Tuesday, February 23, 2010, multi-platinum recording artist Clay Walker will perform at a benefit concert at the famed Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville to raise money and awareness for multiple sclerosis research. Chords of Hope: The Clay Walker MS Benefit Concert is presented by 98 WSIX and produced by Walkers charity, Band Against MS (BAMS).

Tickets go on sale Saturday, January 9, 2010 at 10:00 a. m. through Wildhorse Saloon, and cost $10-50. All proceeds from the concert will go toward multiple sclerosis research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Walker is thrilled to perform in Nashville for a cause that hits close to home. Im happy that the day has finally come where I get the chance to do something that I love right here in Nashville and to raise money for something that is near and dear to my heart, said Walker. Diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS in 1996, Walker founded BAMS to provide educational information and to fund research for MS in hopes of finding a cure to the disease.

For ticket information, please visit http://www.wildhorsesaloon.com or call (615) 902-8211. To learn more about Clay Walker and BAMS, visit http://www.claywalker.com.

About Band Against MS:

Band Against MS, Inc., (BAMS) is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit public charity committed to providing educational information for those living with multiple sclerosis, funding programs researching a cure for multiple sclerosis, and funding programs helping those living with the disease. Nationally acclaimed recording artist Clay Walker established BAMS in February 2003 because he wanted to help others living with the same disease he has battled since 1996. More information about BAMS is available at www.bandagainstms.org. Follow the organization on Twitter @BandAgainstMS or become a fan on Facebook by clicking here.