Clay Aiken – Hello June

June is the sixth month of the year.

Did you Know That…..

The YMCA was organized in London on June 6, 1844.

United Nations Charter was signed by delegates
from 50 nations at San Francisco, June 26, 1945.

Clay Aiken In June

Clay started recording his first album in June, 2003.

UNICEF Ambassador Clay Aiken was in Somalia at the end of June in 2008.
He met lots of children and learned about the catastrophic conditions
under which they struggle to survive every day.

June 1st, 2010, Clay introduced Tried & True

to Good Morning America.

Clay Aiken  performed a tribute to Barry Manilow at the inauguration of

The Great American Songbook Hall of Fame 

on June 15, 2012

Hosted by multi-platinum selling artist, Michael Feinstein…

Clay sang¬†“Even Now”.

Clay Aiken  sang the National Anthem at a special charity basketball game for the Richard J. Murphy Memorial Scholarship.

The event was held  at the Leesville Road High School, Clay’s Alma Mater on June 14, 2012.

On April 17, 2015, Clay Aiken made a visit to the TV show, Real Time With Bill Maher.

This HBO show is an hour long and records in front of a live audience on Friday nights.

On June 21, 2010, Clay Aiken performed in Raleigh at a concert called Bringing Broadway Home. 

Clay opened the program by singing Home from “The Wiz”

¬† Hopefully, we will see a lot of Clay this June…He has some performances in Pittsburgh

and maybe, just maybe we will also

get some tweets and instagrams from him.

They are always fun!!

What are your plans for June?

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4 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Hello June

  1. Loved the video – every song sung by Clay at this event was over the top wonderful. I wish I could have been there – his voice was spectacular that night.
    I listen to the videos often! As always I am grateful for this site and the work you do putting it all together.

  2. Thank you for all the pictures and video. T love all the pictures and the video. This song is one of my favorites. Thank you CANN.

  3. I didn’t make it down to NC to see Clay in this concert, but thanks to CANN, I’ve seen many posted videos. Wish I could get over to Pgh. to see Clay on stage in the play, but there’s no hope for that. I’ll look forward to watching for your posts.

  4. Thank You so much CANN!! I love all the songs Clay sang at this event!! Don’t have any plans for June, maybe something will turn up.

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