Clay Aiken – A Real Treat

Fans of Clay Aiken got a real treat on July 29th, 2005 when he  performed Elvis Presley’s Suspicious Minds at New York City’s Bryant Park as part of Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series.

Clay had just begun his Jukebox Summer Tour the evening before in Toms River, N.J.  The tour visited 25 cities.  It was Clay’s fifth tour in two years.

The concert itself, was brilliant.  Clay chose the Elvis song Suspicious Minds to open the concert.    Clay sang it beautifully and it had a great contemporary sound to it.

Suspicious Minds was the last #1 hit for Elvis during his lifetime.  It was a big comeback song for Elvis. It was seven years since his last #1 hit.  The song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.

It is always fun to watch Clay sing this song!

I bet you are smiling now!!

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3 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – A Real Treat

  1. Were any of you there for that concert? Wish I had been. It's only about an hour by train for me. I really didn't know too much about Clay until 2006. Hard to believe that this was 12 years ago!

  2. That was a good song for OMC. Enjoyed seeing it again on this video. Five tours in two years ! Heavens. No wonder he got burned out on singing. I’m just thankful that there was so much recording going on. Still getting a kick out of the beginning of Sharknado 5. Great post. ❤️ UNCONDITIONAL love for you Clay. God bless America.

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