Clay Aiken – Perfect for A Relaxing Saturday!

On July 27th, 2005, Clay Aiken started his Jukebox Tour at Toms River Fest. The 26-city tour visited cities in the eastern U.S. and Toronto. The tour ended at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City.

The 2 ½ hour show included music from each decade from the 50’s to the present. Clay even included some planned future releases. Including all the songs performed as solos and in the decade medleys, over 70 songs were performed at each concert. Clay was very busy during the concert; however, each of his back-up singers performed a solo and was highlighted throughout the concert.

There were many highlights in this concert. It would be impossible to mention them all because all of the concert was wonderful!

I chose the following video from the Jukebox Tour because I haven’t watched it for a long time.

 I usually highlight one song, but this video celebrates the 60’s.

I hope you enjoy this fun part of the concert!

It’s perfect to watch on a relaxing Saturday!!

Now…wasn’t that fun?

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Comments

  1. Awwww The Juke Box Tour was so special! I am so glad I got to see it live many times. I always thought it should have been Clay's PBS Special.

  2. Watching this video brings a smile to my face as the good memories of being at this concert twice many years ago come rushing back. Clay & the girls seemed to have so much fun performing on the outdoor stages.

  3. Thank you for the pictures and the video. I love the video, since I loved the songs from the 60's. It looked like it was a fun show. Thank you again.

  4. awww yes the juke box tour was indeed so special im also so glad I got to see it live clay did an amazing job on that tour

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