I can’t help but be thinking of all my friends who have been in the middle of Hurricane Florence.
The wonderful National Inclusion Project makes it home in the Raleigh Triangle area. I hope that everyone there is safe and sound. What a scary experience it must be!
I also realize that the Aiken/Parker families have lived in the Raleigh area for many years! I hope they are safe and that there is no damage to their homes!
And, of course, I also worry about our many readers from the area. Please be careful and hopefully we will hear from you soon!
It is always fun when I look back and find something that I just have to watch on YouTube…it’s even better when it is about Clay Aiken. I think you all will enjoy it too.
Think back…The West Wing, Perfect Strangers, Full House. These are just a few of the songs that Clay sang, danced, and joked about in his TV Medley. That was way back in the summer of 2007. The tour, named the Soft rock in a Hard Place by fans, made a stop in Chautauqua, New York and Clay seemed to be having a great time on stage.
Chautauqua is located in the southwestern most corner of New York State. The area is known as a vacation center for families. The region is known for its natural beauty that is blended with a large variety of unique cultural attractions.
Clay performed at the famous Chautauqua Institute in their Amphitheater. The Institute is a not-for-profit, 750-acre educational center beside Chautauqua Lake in southwestern New York State, where approximately 7,500 persons are in residence on any day during a nine-week season, and a total of over 142,000 attend scheduled public events. Over 8,000 students enroll annually in the Chautauqua Summer Schools that offer courses in art, music, dance, theater, writing skills and a wide variety of special interests.
The following videos are great fun.
The TV Medley was full of great singing and lots of laughs!
I hope you enjoy it even if it is a few years old!!
Well…what do you think?
I bet you smiled a lot!!