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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Tidbits 9/19

You will all remember well that today marks 1 year since the release of Clay's sophomore album, A Thousand Different Ways.

Feel free to comment on this post to tell us how YOU celebrated the album release.

  • - Barry Manilow article -
    I have no idea if refusing the appearance will hurt his career. “The View” is for older women and that seems to be his key demographic. But maybe staying off television is the right thing to do anyway. He looks more and more like Clay Aiken every day.
  • Knoxville Voice - Clay looks like Zac Efron?
    And it’s worth noting that neither it nor the Townes Van Zandt comparison (”[maybe] one of Quirk’s lyrics or Fudesco’s riffs will pop into your head, the way a Townes Van Zandt song does”) are qualitative statements, and don’t “put it in the esteemed company” of those records any more than saying Clay Aiken’s resemblance to Zac Efron makes him appealing.
  • USA Today - article about gossip site TMZ -
    TMZ first experimented with audio comments in July 2006 with its news reports about actor and director Mel Gibson's arrest for drunken driving. TMZ refined the technology, then relaunched the service about a month ago with an item — known as a "post" — about American Idol contestant Clay Aiken. The commenting service is free; readers need a laptop or PC with a built-in microphone. Comments are limited to 30 seconds in length.
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