Clay Page: "Country Song" (2016). New Single.

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Clay Page is an artist out of GA. He started his musical career at a very early age and since then has been performing on a regular basis. He began taking guitar lessons at age nine and knew right from the beginning that it would be a career he would like to pursue. Clay writes some of his own music which are a mixture of country and southern rock songs, as well as, playing a mixture of covers from other artist. Clay recently joined NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International) in Nashville, TN to further his writing skills.



Clay has performed many places as well as competed in many competitions around the South East. In 2010, Clay was named the Elberton Idol, as well as, competed in the Nashville Connections Salute for Military Moms at the Handlebar in Greenville, SC. Clay has also competed at the Texaco Showdown in Elberton, GA twice and has gone on to compete in the state level competition in Cedartown, GA. Other competitions Clay has been a part of include, The Battle of the Bands in Laurens, SC where in 2011 the band received “People’s Choice Award” and in 2012 returned as the winners. Winning these competitions as well as participating in certain shows has led to him making appearances on News Channel 7’s, The Jack and Kimberly Show, twice.


Clay has played at many venues throughout the South East, including the 40 Watt and The Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA. Clay also has played at the Charter Amphitheatre in Simpsonville, SC as an opening act for Joe Nichols and Steel Magnolia in 2011 and Jake Owen in 2012. Clay has also opened for: David Allen Coe at the Mason Jar Music Fest 2011, in Hartwell, GA; Outshyne at a Toys for Tots 2011 benefit at The House in Simpsonville, SC; and Andy Griggs at the Anderson Sports and Entertainment Amphitheatre.