Clay Aiken – Three Amazing Songs!

Sometimes there are just some performances that stay with you for years.  For me, I just can’t forget June 21, 2010.  Clay Aiken was one of the stars of a wonderful program in Raleigh called “Bringing Broadway Home.” Clay sang three songs that night that I would love to hear him sing in concert again and again. They were certainly the highlight of the evening for me. What do you think?

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  1. I so agree Musicfan. Clay's performance that night was unforgettable!!! Clay should be on Broadway. His voice is just perfect for it. Thanks for the videos again

  2. I loved everything he did that night – but – "Those Magic Changes" was my favorite! Also really loved
    him singing with Quiana. He seemed to enjoy that night, too!!! Very "upbeat"!! 🙂

  3. i agree music fan but every time clay sings the songs get more amazing and clay should do broad way his voice for singing is amazing for it thanks again for the vids

  4. These are my most favorite songs that I have on rotation in my car. He just takes my breath away. I can never get tired of hearing them. ALL THREE!!!!! He is the best singer around. Period!

  5. Absolutely loved Clay's Bring Broadway Home singing performances. He really put on a show with his amazing voice. Every song that Clay sang was outstanding, but Those Magic Changes was a definite knockout. He seemed to be happy and in his element there, and was very respectful of the occasion and his distinguished fellow performers. The BBH was a wonderful event, which provided superb musical entertainment and received a rousing response from it's grateful audience.

    Clay's Broadway voice seems almost unmatched by others. It's downright perfect!

  6. Yep! Love these and the extra ones out there on YouTube " Maybe Leaving is not the only way to go" and the "In the time we have". His low notes = chills. His 2600 octave voice and Carnegie Hall strike me as a perfect match too. I have my tickets to see him in 2012; very excited!

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