Clay Aiken – Tweets For Halloween

National Candy Corn Day

It’s National Candy Corn Day! Did you know that candy corn has been around for more than 100 years and has never changed its look, taste, or design?

George Renninger of the Wunderle Candy Company created candy corn in the 1880s. It was made to look like a kernel of corn and became instantly popular because of its innovative design. It was one of the first candies to feature three different colors!

Today, candy corn is a favorite American treat to enjoy during the Halloween season. The National Confectioners Association estimates that 35 million pounds of candy corn are sold annually. Since a cup of candy corn has fewer calories than a cup of raisins, you can grab a handful to celebrate National Candy Corn Day!

I spent too much time  trying to find the perfect video to put with this blog.

 I don’t recall Clay singing a Halloween song!

So…Halloween???   Magic???  The following is the best I could find!

 The song is fun and it is Those Magic Changes!

Watch the video and have a handful of Candy Corn!!

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Comments

  1. Magnificent magic by Clay – loved hearing that – for Halloween or any other time of the year!
    We have candy corn but no handfuls for me – just a few will do – Clay's magic can come in huge containers – never enough of him!!!

    Thank you CANN and Happy Halloween to ALL!

  2. This performance of ‘Those Magic Changes” was phenomenon! The audience were joining along with rhymatic clapping during the song! Clay’s showcased his amazing vocals at the end of the song! Thank you, CANN, for sharing!

  3. Thank you for the picture and the video. Clay's voice is magical. You can play any video of Clay singing for Halloween. Have a Happy Halloween. Do not eat to much candy. Thank you. CANN.

  4. I'll pass on the candy corn…never did like it. I'm a chocolate lover. Clay did a fantastic job singing that difficult song. So many words to sing so quickly! It sure was fun to hear the audience join in clapping the beat.

  5. I have listened to Clay singing this song more than any other. I love it! This video is absolutely wonderful, especially because of the added bonus of the looks of the conductor!! I was so sorry that this was one of the concerts that I was not able to attend, and am more than happy to listen to "Magic Changes" today!! Thanks.

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