UPDATE BELOW Day 10 – Joyful Noise Tour 2012
Palace Theatre – Stamford, CT.
From The Clayboard
The Afternoon Soundcheck
The ctpost.com published an article about Clay and the Joyful Noise Tour coming to Stamford.
Clay Aiken brings Joyful Noise Tour 2012 to Stamford
The singer with the fastest-selling Christmas album in history — and a favorite on “American Idol” — is coming all the way to Connecticut.
Clay Aiken brings his Joyful Noise Tour 2012 to the Palace Theatre in Stamford on Thursday, Dec. 6.
Although losing out to Ruben Studdard on season two of “Idol,” the cherubic Southern crooner has evolved into a versatile and beloved popular entertainer….
You can read the entire article at CTPOST
delmarvaNow!com posted an article and interview about The Joyful Noise Tour stop at The Avalon Theatre in Easton
Christmas with Clay
by Josh Davis – For GO Magazine
EASTON — You may have seen Clay Aiken on “American Idol,” bought one of his chart-topping records, seen him on Broadway or even bought his best-selling book. (The guy is everywhere these days.)
On Dec. 12, the multitalented 33-year-old performer brings his 20-piece orchestra to the Avalon Theatre in Easton for an evening of contemporary and classic Christmas music. Aiken answered questions for Go! magazine ahead of that performance….
…You’ve done reality TV twice, made records, you appeared in “Spamalot” on Broadway, you wrote a best-selling book — what’s left?
You know, everything that I’ve done in the past 10 years has been because we kind of stayed open to different opportunities. I think a lot of people come off of those shows and say, “I’m going to be a singer, and that’s what I’m going to do; I’m going to focus on singing, singing, singing,” and then that doesn’t work out for them, and they were never open to different things. I think one of the things that’s worked out for us is we’ve tried to remain open to different possibilities….
I feel like I’ve done everything but play linebacker for the Steelers. I don’t think that’s going to happen for me, but if they called, we’d consider it!
Be sure and read the entire article at EASTON
The Boston Globe published a new article on Clay Aiken and the Joyful Noise Tour
Clay Aiken’s 5 Ways Reality TV Changed His Life
by Sarah Rodman
…“I’ve joked that I will never be in a competition with a black man again,” says Clay Aiken with a good-natured laugh on the phone from New York City. Indeed, the singer is now a two-time runner-up, having been bested by Ruben Studdard on the second season of “American Idol” and Arsenio Hall on the recent season of “Celebrity Apprentice.” Aiken is currently making merry on a holiday concert tour that hits the Wilbur Theatre Sunday. We recently chatted with the North Carolina native about five of the many ways reality TV changed his life….
To find the 5 Ways, read the article at BOSTONGLOBE
From catsmomsny at the CB
As always, I will add reports about the concert and Clack as it comes in. From all reports, Clay put on one of his best concerts yet. Just look for the RED UPDATE