Why is it that when you lose electrical power, important things seem to happen in the rest of the world? Well, it certainly felt like this for me last night as I was without power for much too long! It didn’t do me much good to have the electricity come back on in the middle of the night! Twenty thousand homes were involved and the mall was dark too. But, all is well now and it is fun to have some news to talk about.
If you are a member of Clay Aiken’s Official Fan Club, you have probably read Monday’s blog by Clay. If you do not belong to the OFC, Clay still wants you to know about his newest project and hopes you will participate in the excitement.
Clay and his friend, Quiana are working on a radio project. Clay announced this to us in January but asked us to keep it in the family and not mention it on twitter, facebook, or on public boards.
On Tuesday, Clay let us know that the pilot date for the show is just one week away…on Tuesday, February 26th. Clay seems excited and asked us to share the news with all the fans. On Wednesday, TeamClay tweeted about the show and also posted about it on FaceBook. What a fun time for Clay and for all of us too. We get to watch something grow from the very beginning and help by calling in questions and listening to the pilot show.
If you are not a member of the OFC, you can still hear the pilot. It will be streamed live on clayaiken.com ! Just go to the homepage which is open to the public and follow the instructions.
SO…get out your calendar and put down the following information:
Clay and Quiana’s Call In Radio Pilot
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
4-7pm West Coast
Have you been following the “feud” between Kelly Clarkson and Clive Davis? It certainly has been in the news a lot the last couple of says.
On Tuesday, Kelly accused Clive Davis, a top label executive of distorting the facts about their business history in his new memoir, The Soundtrack of My Life. Kelly claims his book is full of “memory lapses and misinformation.”
Growing up is awesome because you learn you don’t have to cower to anyone – even Clive Davis.
Davis paints Kelly as a diva who is outspoken and ignored his advice. He also said that she became hysterical and sobbed in his office when she didn’t get her way.
Whatever the facts are, it is too bad that Mr. Davis decided to put these comments in his book. I would think that these are business meetings that should be kept between the people who are involved.
I knew nothing about Clive Davis until he worked with Clay Aiken at RCA. He was the person who gave Clay his double platinum plaque on Good Morning America in October, 2003. He is also the person who mandated that Clays sophomore album be changed from original music to covers.
You can read more about the Kelly-Clive incident at HUFF POST
Are you excited about Clay’s new project on the radio?
Will you be listening Tuesday night?
Do you have any comments about Kelly and Clive?