2005 was the summer of the Jukebox Tour. Clay Aiken fans filled the concert halls and arenas in the eastern half of the United States to see a great concert of pop music history. Most of the concerts were sold out and Clay and his troupe put on an exciting show.
Did you know:
- Manufacturers did not call them “jukeboxes”, they called them Automatic Coin-Operated Phonographs
- How much do they cost? It all depends on the condition, model, rarity and age and an agreeable seller and buyer. They can be as inexpensive as $100 to over $30,000.
- No one is really sure how many Jukeboxes have been made. A guesstimate is about 2 Million.
Did you ever put money into a Jukebox??
I think my favorite part of the show was Clay’s great entrance at the beginning of the concert and the 50’s section!
I hope you enjoyed these fun moments!
The 50’s was my era and yes, I have put coins in a jukebox. I love the pics and the video! Clay can take any song and make it his own! Saw this concert in Cleveland – The home of rock and roll!!!
Thank you for all the pictures and the video. I love it all. I wish the tour would come back and do it all over again. Thank you CANN.
I remember putting coins in the jukebox so many years ago. I saw this concert in Cleveland and then drove over to Indianapolis to see it on the weekend. Oh, Clay in a leather jacket and rocking the day away!
This was my favorite concert and I like to look back again and again at the videos! It was very hot in the summer at the concert I attended in North Carolina and worried about Clay getting heat stroke from wearing that wonderful black jacket!