They are wonderful, but it is hard to get back into the swing of things.
I had a wonderful time and spent lots of time with such great friends!
Thank you for your patiences…I am back to writing each day!!
2005 was the summer of the Jukebox Tour. Clay Aiken fans filled the concert halls and arenas in the eastern half of the United States to see a great concert of pop music history. Most of the concerts were sold out and Clay and his troupe put on an exciting show.
Did you know:
- Manufacturers did not call them “jukeboxes”, they called them Automatic Coin-Operated Phonographs
- How much do they cost? It all depends on the condition, model, rarity and age and an agreeable seller and buyer. They can be as inexpensive as $100 to over $30,000.
- No one is really sure how many Jukeboxes have been made. A guesstimate is about 2 Million.
Did you ever put money into a Jukebox??
I think my favorite part of the show was Clay’s great entrance at the beginning of the concert and the 50’s section!
I hope you enjoyed these fun moments!
JUKEBOX tour was the best, it proved Clay can sing anything. I wish for another JUKEBOX -2
The Best all-around tour! Clay knows how to work the audience with that sensual look of his! Thank you, CANN! Welcome back!
Welcome home from your wonderful vacation.
The Jukebox Tour was so good I had to see it twice! Clay looked cool in the black leather jacket and blew the crowd away with his renditions of the oldies we all love.
Jukebox tour was one of his best tours I had a great time there , Clay was fantastic Thanks CANN!