Clay Aiken – Band-aids, Pirates, and Lots More!

September Song

Oh, it’s a long, long while from May to December

But the days grow short when you reach September

When the autumn weather turns the leaves to flame

One hasn’t got time for the waiting game


September is the 9th month of the year and marks the beginning of autumn in the Northern hemisphere and the start of spring in the Southern hemisphere.

Did you know….

  1. Band-Aids were invented in the month of September.
  2. September 19th is “Talk Like A pirate Day” around the world… an International event.
  3. Labor Day is the most well known holiday in September. It is observed every year on the first Monday in September.
  4. Grandparent’s Day is observed in the United States on the first Sunday after Labor Day
  5. World War II began in September, 1939, when Hitler invaded Poland.

But wait…More important here..What has Clay Aiken done in September?

September 16, 2015 – GOP Presidential Debate

September 2014 – Campaigning for U.S. Congress District 2 – North Carolina

September 19, 2008 – The Return of Clay Aiken to Spamalot

September 15, 2009 – The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

September 30, 2004 – Aladdin Premiere

September 19, 2006 – Good Morning America

Well…there are many, many more engagements in the month of September.

 Maybe we will have something this September!!

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6 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Band-aids, Pirates, and Lots More!

  1. Well, September has been an active month for Clay. Maybe he will help with something in Texas. You just never know. The variety of pictures was excellent. Did Clay ever sing September Song. There must have been a September video. Thanks for posting. ❤️ UNCONDITIONAL love for you Clay. God bless America

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