Clay Aiken – Some Very Powerful Interviews

Tuesday, June 14th, found Clay Aiken back in New York, ready and willing to chat with people about the horrific event that happened in Orlando over the week-end.

From twitter, we learned about a TV interview:

@clayaiken joins us on @ctvnews at 8:05 AM EST to give his take on Orlando and discrimination.

If you would like to hear Clay’s interview, you can find the video on the CTV Facebook Page.  You will have to scroll down to find it.  The link is CTV
Clay was busy on twitter during the day…. I enjoyed seeing a few tweets by someone I didn’t know:

Wallace Baine

I’m a veteran arts/culture journalist in Santa Cruz, Calif.

Wallace Baine ‏

@clayaiken Not a big Idol fan, but big respect to you for your courage, idealism and political moxie. you’re an American hero sir.

Wallace Baine ‏

@whoya how about a gay man running for Congress in the bible belt, facing down bigots over barbecue in a race he was sure to lose?


In the late afternoon, Clay was a guest on Meghan McCain’s radio show, America Now Live.  I always enjoy their conversations and the respect they show to each other.

 You can hear the conversation on the America Now website.  Click AMERICANOW  Just remember, it is the June 14th episode and it takes a minute to get it started. Clay’s part of the conversations starts at about the 37 minute mark.

What an emotional week we have had!!


When I’m stuck with a day that’s grey and lonely
I just stick up my chin and grin and say, oh

The sun will come out tomorrow
So you gotta hang on
’til tomorrow, come what may!
Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya, tomorrow
You’re only a day away!

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1 thought on “Clay Aiken – Some Very Powerful Interviews

  1. Clay is amazing! Also, very brave to put himself out there and speak about how the state governments should get off their high horse to pass laws against discrimination for all!

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