Clay Aiken – A Great Song For Sunday!

On June 21, 2010, Clay Aiken performed in a concert called Bringing Broadway Home. It was held at the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. The evening was a wonderful mix of performances by five talented performers who reminded the audience of the excitement of the music of Broadway.

One of the surprise highlights of the evening was Clay’s performance of Those Magic Changes, a song from the musical Grease. The song, usually considered a throwaway in the musical, was full of fun, and great vocals.

The audience, with the encouragement of Terrence Mann, participated in the fun rendition by clapping in rhythm as Clay showed that he could sing all types of music with panache and vocal agility.  With the great performance of this song, I wondered who wrote it.

Jim Jacob and Warren Casey are best known as the co-authors of the hit musical Grease, a rock-n-roll parody of 1950s high school life.  They wrote the book, music and lyrics of the hit musical that was a light musical romance about teenagers.

This special concert is one of my favorites by Clay.  It really highlights Clay’s ability to sing all types of music!

The following is a video of Clay singing this fun song.  It certainly brings out the smiles.

 

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Comments

  1. Thank you CANN for sharing this spectacular performance by OMC! What a way to start my day than with CANN and Clay!

  2. What a fun way to start the week! You just have to smile while watching/listening to Clay sing this song.

  3. Thank you for the pictures and the video. Thank you for sharing the video since it will make me smile all day long. It made my Sunday great. What a song and Clay's voice is great. It shows his voice has such a great range with this type of song.

  4. Of all the videos I have watched, grabbed, hoarded over the years. This one is probably the one with the highest view count for me. Don't even ask how many 😮 I couldn't even begin to guess…. I actually have to not click on it right now. I have stuff I have to get done this afternoon, and it would send my down the rabbit hole. But thank you for the smile on my face as I finish my chores up.

  5. an unforgettable performance by Clay for the masses. it brings goosebumps and smiles. very orgasmic.

    thank you CANN for posting one of my top five favorite Clay performances.

    happy new year, Martha. thank you for all of your hard work and for all the Clay happiness you bring to us every day

  6. martha happy newyear thanks so much for all of your hard work and for all the clay happiness you bring to us each and every day

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