Clay Aiken – Monday Monday, So Good To Me

Clay Aiken Tried and TrueClay Aiken fans have been having a very busy Monday!  It’s all we hoped it would be!

First, members of Clay’s Official Fan Club were given an exclusive sneak peak at three amazing tracks off of Clay’s upcoming album Tried and True.  Members can log in and check out the snippets at ClayOnline News

And if that wasn’t enough, Decca officially released the Press Release.  It was immediately picked up by sites such as ETOnline The Insider and USA Today

Clay Aiken Goes Back to Basics: New Album Details

Clay Aiken is making a musical comeback with a new album, and ET has all the info on his fifth studio album, Tried and True!

Clay chose the title Tried and True because the album will be filled with timeless classics.

“There are a lot of elements to this album that are about me returning to what I’m comfortable with,” he says. “To me, older songs are more melodically appealing and beautiful. So doing this album was an opportunity to just be myself.”

The album will include old-time favorites such as the swinging album opener “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” made famous by Frankie Valli; “Misty,” the Johnny Mathis hit, and a soulful rendition of Elvis Presley‘s “Suspicious Minds.” The album also features two songs Clay sang while on “American Idol”: “Mack the Knife” and “Unchained Melody.”

Tried and True is set for release June 1.

As we get more news, we’ll be sure to update you!  In the mean time, enjoy this Amazing Monday!

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