Clay Aiken – Rise Up From The Ashes

 

Clay Aiken sent out two messages on Monday morning.

From Twitter:

Sick

From Instagram:

clayaiken: Sympathetic sick day buddy. #mansbestfriend #dog #cockapoo #puppiesofnyc #stomachbug #yuck

What a bummer of a way to spend the first day of May!

Feel better, Clay!

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Turn around
And see what love’s done for me
You would not believe
The way I used to be
So cold
Maybe love requires
Walkin’ through the fire
To set me free
So I can rise up from the ashes

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On May 6, 2008, Clay Aiken released an album of songs titled, On My Way Here.   The album is filled with beautiful songs and each one seems to have a special story.

The song, Ashes, is a fan favorite.  It has a great beat and makes you feel good.

Ashes was written by two wonderful songwriters:

Nichole Nordeman is a  contemporary Christian singer and songwriter.  She has 9 Dove Awards, including two for “Female Vocalist of the Year”.  She is the mother to both a son and daughter.

Mark Hammond has been a professional musician since 1974.  He is credited in many musical fields…a drummer, composer, Producer, Arranger, and Keyboard.  He has worked with many talented musicians and groups including Amy Grant, Avalon, and Michael W. Smith.

Do you like this song?

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Comments

  1. Our poor Clay! Hope he is feeling better today. My heart goes out to him, wish I could just hold his hand! Thanks CANN for sharing the photos and video!

  2. I like the Ashes song very much. I never heard it live though. What a great smile on that last photo. The Instagram post was so sweet I had to keep going back to it. I hope Clay is well on the road to recovery. I wish he would make ginger tea a staple. Thanks for the post musicfan. ❤️ UNCONDITIONAL love for you Clay. Be well.

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