Today's featured artist made the unlikely move from Chicago to Oklahoma City to give his country music career a needed jump start. But don't let his roots fool you, he is country through and through.

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Ross Clayton began his singing career in high school, appearing in school productions, including Little Shop of Horrors. After high school, the country set in, and while he was attending Monmouth college, he put together a band with some friends and fellow musicians called Buckshot Trio. The began performing around the suburban Chicago area, recorded a number of original songs and built a respectable local following. After graduation he moved back home and formed The Ross Clayton Band, with the group soon releasing the single "Hell Raiser and Heartbreaker".

After leading the band for two years, Ross decided he needed to make a move to further his music. But instead of heading to Nashville, he decided to load up the truck and head to Oklahoma City. In OKC, he headed up the group short-lived group Amarillo Junction, and while he enjoyed leading a group, Clayton decided to pursue his dreams of becoming a solo act.

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Ross currently tours the southwest with the Ross Clayton Band, and he has become one of the hottest acts on tour right now. Clayton recently released the EP Highway Halelujah, and we have the lead single in our spotlight today. Brought to you by All American Super Car Wash of Lawton, Ross Clayton and "Turn Up Again" is today's Catch of the Day, new music you haven't heard, but you'll want to hear it again.

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Today’s Key Word: “AGAIN”