Clay Aiken – “A Bit of Musical Magic”

What do you think Clay Aiken did on his day off Monday.  On Sunday night, the Joyful Noise Tour starring Clay Aiken performed a rousing concert at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston.  On Tuesday, Clay will perform again at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg, PA.  According to Google Maps, the trip is 549 miles and takes a bit over 9 hours.   Knowing that, I would bet Clay spent his day off sleeping and relaxing…maybe even a massage.


As the tour rests, the internet stays busy.  The following are articles about Clay and the Joyful Noise Tour.

The Talbot Spy

American Idol Star Clay Aiken @ Avalon Wednesday

There are still a few tickets left for Clay Aiken’s Joyful Noise Tour Wednesday, December 12 at the Avalon Theatre. Aikens rose to fame in 2003 after appearing on the TV programAmerican Idol.

He has since recorded a number of albums, produced various television specials and  guest starred in others, performed on Broadway, and is a frequent guest on The Tonight Show. In addition to his musical and acting careers, Aikens is an advocate for children with special needs.  He  became a UNICEF Ambassador in 2004 and has traveled the world ensuring that children in countries ravaged by natural disaster, war or political unrest still have a chance at an education.

Aikens and his Joyful Noise Orchestra will add a bit of  musical magic to your holidays with this special evening of seasonal cheer and Christmas classics.

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Christmas Comes Early

Sunday, December 16: Clay Aiken at Potawatomi Casino’s Northern Lights Theater, 8 p.m. (SOLD OUT)

For a guy whose big break came from being runner-up in a TV contest, Clay Aiken has made the most of the opportunity. Almost one decade, seven studio albums, a handful of hits and millions upon millions of sold records later, the personable North Carolinian is as popular as ever. The already-sold-out casino concert only serves to prove as much. (1721 W. Canal St.,

This short mention is from the  Music Notes area of the site.  It lists all the concerts in the area.   I love seeing the words, SOLD OUT

You can read the entire list of concerts at  MUSICNOTES

If you are planning on attending the Joyful Noise Concert in Detroit, be sure and check with the Official Fan Club.  The concert has been cancelled.  You can get the details at the OFC.

Avalon Theatre @AvalonTheatre 
Tune in to 96.7 WCEI at 8:50am tomorrow morning to hear Matt Spence interview Mr. Clay Aiken about his upcoming… 
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Clay Aiken Rings In The Holidays
This site, called the Video Corner, shows reviews of the upcoming concerts in the Milwaukee area.  Check it out at VIDEOCORNER
There have been so many wonderful pictures and videos from this wonderful tour.  I have trouble keeping up.  I thought I might post a few here.  I hope you enjoy them!


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