Clay Aiken – Performing At Carnegie Hall

DCINY is thrilled to announce that American Idol star Clay Aiken will be a special guest on our February 20, 2012 concert “Reflections of Life.”

Monday, February 20, 2012

7:00 PM

Presidents’ Day
Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hal

DCINY = Distinguished Concerts International New York

For more information, click on the link below.

Check back for more information on the organization and other performers for this concert!

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13 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Performing At Carnegie Hall

  1. Oh my goodness! This is so exciting!! 🙂 YAA! Wish I could go….can't believe its not till February. Love the picture too! Thanks for posting

  2. What fantastic news!!! I wish I lived in NYC, I would have loved to see Clay Aiken at Carnegie Hall. Congrats Clay.

  3. This is such exciting news – – – Clay at Carnegie Hall !!!! WOW! I think I am going to burst of
    happiness and pride – Clay just need a little time and our faith and he'll have it all!!
    Love and Prayers to you Clay!!!! <3 <3 <3

  4. WOW oh WOW how exciting for Clay! What a great year this is going to be for Clay, I'm so happy I could burst with joy. Congrats Clay, love you!

  5. What a nice surprise about Clay and Carnegie Hall. It appears that Clay will be appearing during the Music of Greg Gilpen segment. It has been noted that on the site, on his Listening Center – Music for 2011 – one of the songs listed is Thank You For Being A Friend. It is the Perfect Strangers song that Clay sang at his initial Atlanta audition for American Idol. Wonder if that song will somehow come into play during his appearance.

  6. Wish I still lived in Phila., then I could get up to NY to see this concert. So excited to see that Clay will be performing at the Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall! If you can make it there, you'll make it anywhere…NY, NY! And he did (Spamalot on Broadway) and now Carnegie Hall..Wow!

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