Yesterday, fans of Clay Aiken discovered that there were some changes to his RCA internet site, It was later in the day that the following message was posted at Clay’s Official Fan Club site:

Hey There Clay Fans,
As many of you have noticed, is now directing to It is our wish to create one destination on the Internet, and create a unified experience for all Clay fans. We are currently working on restoring the message board functions from, and we hope to have it back up as soon as possible.
The Clay Aiken Team

Since has been inactive for a long time, this move seems to makes good sense.

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  1. Love this new site–so wonderful the way you are all working so hard to keep Clay’s name out there in a positive way. I know that it is a labor of love for you all. I look forward to getting those email alerts.

    Thanks so much for this.

  2. Thanks for this update on – its all positive as far as I’m looking at it!

    This site is fabulous guys – well done on such a good job!

  3. I don’t know if there is a place to leave general comment so I’m posting this here.

    This is a great site. Kudos to musicfan and all the other contributers for a job well done.

  4. Clay, Before you start talking about the new idols (Adam Lambert)perhaps you should clean out your own closet. How long did it finally take you to come out that you were gay. People didn’t love you for being or not being gay they loved you for your singing, just as they do Adam Lambert.I for one did not care for Adam’s type of music (Ring of Fire killed me)but he handle his loss very well. It is not the newer Idol contestants fault on how Fox makes the show. Blame the right people. Have a good day.

    • Not sure why you posted your comment on this old blog post. However, I am puzzled how Clay being gay has anything to do with, well, anything. Clay didn’t attribute Adam’s loss to being gay and he did acknowledge that there were people who liked Adam and that it was all a matter of personal taste since music is subjective. And he didn’t blame Adam. Clay indeed did blame the right people… the show itself.

  5. i hope will be back soon, with new management and a reliable record company, he is still one of the besr idol alumni and man can he sing.

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