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Friday, September 07, 2007

Tidbits 9/7

  • Yahoo! Music - Clay's interview from last September with Yahoo! Music is featured on their homepage today.
  • Foxes on Idol - Kimberley Locke is borrowing a page out of Clay's career ... she's releasing a Christmas album next month -
    Kimberley Locke will be releasing a Christmas album this year. There’s no firm date, but October 9 is being floated around the Internet. More on this when details are available. Kimberley’s done very well with Christmas tunes. “Jingle Bells” and “Up on the House Top” both hit #1 on the Adult Contemporary Charts, and her duet of “Silver Bells” with Clay Aiken made it to #16. Her version of “Jingle Bells” is the only one ever to have reached #1.
  • The Pueblo Chieftain - Clay supports "Flat Stanley" project at the Buell Children's Museum in Pueblo, CO:
    And so it is that “The World is Flat! Cultural Celebrations with Flat Stanley,” is the theme of the new exhibit at the Buell Children’s Museum at the Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center.

    Kids will be able to make their own Flat Stanley and his wardrobe; create travel stickers for suitcases; and design personal stationery, bookmarks and postcards. Those who want may even post some of their creations on the official Flat Stanley Web site. About that site: In the 1964 book by writer Jeff Brown and illustrator Tomi Ungerer, Stanley Lambchop shows how a positive attitude helps him cope with a physical disadvantage and propels him into a series of adventures.

    The Flat Stanley phenomenon has gained cooperation from celebrities such as Clay Aiken, Jack Nicklaus, Jackie Chan and Muhammad Ali. All have been pictured with their very own Flat Stanley in an effort to encourage children to read.
  • Christmas tour mentions -
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