Clay Aiken – Back In Town

Nothing can make our life, or the lives of other people, more beautiful than perpetual kindness.

~Leo Tolstoy


The following is a fun video.  It is a professional video made for promotion of Clay’s PBS Special – Tried & True.  Decca wrote the following about the video:

Tried and True, American Idol Super Star Alumni Clay Aikens first Public Television special, reaches back into the romantic past of the 50s and 60s, featuring many of the most iconic love songs ever written. Shot at the Memorial Auditorium in Clays home town of Raleigh, North Carolina, Tried and True features a full orchestra and big band. Clay is joined on stage by special guest and American Idol colleague Ruben Studdard, along with special guest Linda Eder, who is widely recognized as one of the best female vocalists of our time. 


A favorite memory !

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10 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Back In Town

  1. I remember how excited I was to drive down to NC to watch Clay make the video for PBS. The auditorium was packed with his fans enjoying every minute of the performance. We also checked out some of the local museums and restaurants. Good times!

  2. What a THRILL this was seeing Clay perform LIVE! All the performances were GREAT, but Unchained Melody was beyond SPECTACULAR! Thank you, CANN, you are "above and beyond", bringing us special memories and current news about OMC!

  3. Thank you for all the pictures and the video. I remember watching this show on my PBS station. I love the CD. The show must have been great. I love all the songs that Clay sang in the show. Great memories. Thank you again.

  4. Loved seeing the video today. I was lucky enough to attend the concert. It was amazing. Thank you for sharing all this great information. I love it!

  5. Another great post at CANN. Thank you! Where do you find all the pictures? You always seem to have photos that match the topic.

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