"Walmart Rockstars" Prove That, When There's A Will, You Can Make Music With Anything

Jun 9, 2015 By Houston Barber
Guitarist Clay Shelburn has proven that if you're talented enough you can make any instrument sound good. That's exactly what happened when he and fellow musician Zac Stokes walked into a Walmart and jammed on a toy guitar. Together, they played and sang a rousingly soulful version of Stevie Ray Vaughan's 1982 hit "Pride and Joy." Clay Shelburn is the front man of the Clay Shelburn Band, based out of Fort Worth, Texas. They are a southern rock and blues ensemble and, if Clay's prowess on toy guitars is any indication, they are definitely worth the money to see.
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