Clay Aiken Sings A Beautiful Song And Hosts A Podcast

On Thursday,  did you listen to Clay? It is not too late to stream the latest episode of Politicon’s Podcast “How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along!”  hosted by Clay Aiken. The group discussed the Covid-19 pandemic & Joe Biden’s assent to the Democratic Nomination.  It was very interesting.  I am looking forward to next Thursday to hear what they will chat about.


In 2008, Clay Aiken dropped his 4th full-length album titled, On My Way Here.  One of the songs on this album was titled, Where I Draw The Line.  It is a beautiful song co-written by three excellent writers.

Jeremy Bose: Jeremy is a well-known composer and director in the field of Christian music.  He has been given composer credit on 3 other songs from Clay’s albums.

Clint Lagerberg: Clint is a country music songwriter and producer.  He has written songs for many country artist.  Clint was a co-writer on Keith Urban’s huge hit, Blue Ain’t Your Color.

Jason Walker:  According to his bio: The GMA Dove Awards-nominated singer/songwriter has written with or for numerous artists and songwriters including Francesca Battistelli, Meredith Andrews, Audio Adrenaline, Clay Aiken, Mandisa, Chris Sligh, Group 1 Crew, and Grammy Award-winning producer Nathan Chapman in addition to many others.



I had not listened to this song for a long time, but I do like it.

 I thought maybe we all might enjoy seeing Clay sing this beautiful song.

Do you like this song?




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5 thoughts on “Clay Aiken Sings A Beautiful Song And Hosts A Podcast

  1. Absolutely like this song – haven't heard it for a while and realize just how beautiful Clay's voice really is. I so wish, like many others, that he would record some new songs. I know he has given us a lot of music and do appreciate that, but, that voice should be out there
    for everyone to know it hasn't changed – it is still golden!

    Thank you for the pics also – they are favorites also!

  2. Thank you for pictures and the video. It is a beautiful song. I have not heard this song in a long time. Clay has a beautiful voice. I missed the podcast this week. Maybe I can find it.?

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