Clay Aiken – Relax and Enjoy Sunday!

Sunday… A day to refuel your soul and be grateful for your blessings.

Take a deep breath and relax.

Enjoy your family, your friends, and a cup of coffee.

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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. 

Enjoy

 

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Comments

  1. A spectacular concert – it was one of the biggest joys of my life to be there that night! It was my first night in Raleigh and didn’t expect to be fortunate to go back many times in the future. Thanks to the Galas and a family that didn’t mind the travel – we have had such fun times meeting so many friends and even Clay on several occasions.

    Thanks for all of the memories. Loved the video – it brought back the excitement!

  2. Yes, we drove down to Raleigh to clap & scream with all the other fans at Clay’s taping of the PBS concert. What an exciting evening! We also toured the museum and drove around the area to get a feel for Raleigh. Fun to see where Clay grew up.

  3. I remember watching on TV the PBS special.. It was many years ago. I loved it. It must have been great to be there. Thank you for sharing. Thank you CANN.

  4. Saw this on PBS and loved this! I still love the way Clay says the word WORLD — worrlld…..so cute!

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