Clay appeared on QVC’s Q-Sessions Live, and performed songs from his much-anticipated new album “On My Way Here.” Clay also took the time to talk about some of the songs, giving some insight into the inspiration behind the album. QVC shoppers also had the opportunity to order “On My Way Here”, with a bonus CD/DVD created especially for QVC, eight days before its scheduled release.
“On My Way Here” was Clay’s first collection of original material since his 2003 double-platinum, break-out album “Measure of a Man.”
“Starting my career on national, live television, it seems fitting to be unveiling my new album live on QVC,” said Aiken. “To be able to connect with QVC’s viewers and broadcast my performance to over 93 million households is an amazing opportunity.”
The fans who were able to attend the broadcast reported that the studio was small and that the sound system was just OK. It was reported that the stage was filled with many cameras. There were 2 boom cameras and one hand-held camera that roamed all over the stage. The fans also thought the hostess was a lovely lady who seemed to enjoy the songs and mentioned it during the breaks.
The day was successful for Clay. He premiered five songs from “On My Way Here” and sold a total of 15,000 Cds.
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On My Way Here
Everything I Don’t Need
Something About Us
Where I Draw The Line
The Real Me