What You'll Get
- $39.50 for one ticket for seating in sections 1–15, row P (up to $59.50 value)
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- His Sound: Straightforward Texas country (naturally twangy, lacking in rap guest stars, recorded on a slab of brisket) delivered in what Allmusic.com calls a “high-energy voice and a growl that reminds you of Conway Twitty”
- His Story: Born and raised in Beaumont, Texas, Clay learned guitar at the age of nine and honed his chops playing local honky-tonks, where his voice caught the ear of a record producer in 1992. By 1993, he had his first #1 single with “What’s It To You”
- His Influences: Fellow Beaumont boys George Jones, Tracy Byrd and Mark Chestnutt, plus a few non-Texans such as James Taylor and Bob Seger
- The Trophy Case: Since 1993, Clay has landed six number-one singles, five platinum albums, ACM and AMA nominations, and a County Song Roundup award for “Best New Male Vocalist”
- Extra Texas Credit: Clay wrote the official fight song for the Houston Texans (“Football Time in Texas”) and sings “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the team’s opening game every season
- Clay’s Perseverance: Diagnosed with MS in 1996, Clay founded his own charity (Band Against MS) and has been honored for his humanitarian efforts
- What to Expect: A setlist of boot-scooters and beery-eyed ballads spanning back to 1993, plus ditties such as “Right Now” from his upcoming album, Rock the Radio
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 25, 2016. Redeem on 12/22 for a ticket at venue box office. Refundable only on day of purchase. Must purchase together to sit together. Discount reflects merchant's current ticket prices, which may change. ADA seating cannot be guaranteed. Contact box office prior to purchase for availability. Ticket value includes all fees. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Arena Theatre
At Arena Theatre, nobody sits farther than 60 feet from the show. Most concertgoers who’ve squinted their ways through major concerts at other venues can attest that the in-the-round seating arrangement and revolving stage are causes for celebration. And the stars have noticed. Since the 1970s, the state-of-the-art venue has attracted a long list of legendary performers including Willie Nelson, Tom Jones, and Aretha Franklin. While their golden vocal chords ring through the stellar acoustics, fans sink into comfy seats, savor a flashy light system, and discard their unnecessary opera glasses.