Did you have a chance to hear DJ Clay? For about 45 minutes, Clay Aiken helmed the radio waves by hosting a show on Siriusly Sinatra, a station on SIRIUS Satellite Radio.
Clay seemed to be having a good time and was an excellent DJ with impeccable musical taste. He played songs from Frank Sinatra to Lena Horne, Barry Manilow to Michael Buble, and even included two songs from his new CD, Tried & True.
The highlight of the show for me, was Clay’s recording of What Kind of Fool Am I. The song fit in so well with the other songs on the station, yet it was just a bit brighter and just a bit more exciting. Between Clay’s awesome vocals and the wonderful orchestration, this recording should be a hit for many years to come.
It took a lot of assurance from Clay to play his wonderful recording of Moonriver and follow it with a recording of the same song by Frank Sinatra. It was a brilliant move on his part as both arrangements had something special to give to the listener.
DJ Clay was awesome. Don’t get any ideas Clay….we love hearing you talk, but love hearing you sing even more!!
A senior member of the Siriusly Sinatra Forun said about Clay:
His stint on “Playing Favorites” was warm & personable. He also has a nice way with a ballad. Hope he has a long and successful career!
This visit to Siriusly Sinatra was a great PR move. It gave Clay a chance to talk about his own CD and show that he knew a great deal about the top singers of the genre. I hope he has the opportunity to do more things like this.
June 15th is Smile Power Day. Feel the power. Give everyone you see a big, friendly, “I like you” smile. You never know, you’re warm smile just might turn someone’s day right around…for the good!
Love may make the world go round. But, a smile makes the world a happy place. A smile is a powerful thing. Best of all, it’s contagious. However, we do note that in order to be effective, a smile must be sincere. People can see right through phony or forced smiles.
Spend the whole day with a big, bright smile on your face. Flash a toothy smile to everyone you encounter.
A smile is so powerful, that it can:
- Add years to your life
- Make you a happier person
- Make someone else a happier person
- Change the mood for the giver and the receiver
- Improve relationships
- Send a great customer service message
Did you know? It’s easier to smile than to frown. A smile uses fewer muscles.
Clay Aiken has one of the best smiles around. His smile always makes me feel better.