This one isn't so much a honky tonk classic as a rockabilly classic, but still falls in the range of great tunes that get you moving, due to that great lead guitar and a driving rhythm section. About the only info we could find on Wayne Walker was info for a Mike Ness album of covers:
Wayne Walker is one of country music's more obscure figures. Better known as a songwriter than an entertainer, Walker has penned songs performed by a countless number of major acts including Elvis Presley, Eddie Cochran and Patsy Cline. He had his first big hit as a songwriter with I've Got A New Heartache performed by Ray Price and ten years later won the Billboard Song Of The Year award with All The Time. All I Can Do Is Cry was one of the few tunes both written and performed by him.