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Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Tidbits 10/3

  • - A picture of Clay taken at the Jenna Bush Book Party is at By the picture it says:
    GOODWILL HUNTING - Singer – and UNICEF ambassador – Clay Aiken stops for pictures at the launch of First Daughter Jenna Bush's new book, Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope, at the New York UNICEF House on Monday.
  • The Pittsburgh Post Gazette says Clay is in talks to join the New York broadway production "Spamalot" ... not exactly sure where their source is, but I don't see how Clay can perform on Broadway with him doing a Christmas tour and recording album #3...
    America's most popular "American Idol" runner-up, Clay Aiken, may be in talks to join the cast of "Spamalot," reports "Entertainment Tonight."
  • MTV - no love for Idol losers ... except Clay Aiken:
    Paul Fischer, an associate professor in the recording industry department at Middle Tennessee State University, has a theory about why labels are reluctant to sign "Idol" runners-up.

    "The fact that they tried and failed on 'Idol' could be seen as a negative," he said. "For many, being on the show may truly be their only shot at a music career. For most music-star wannabes, there's no shortcut to success. You've got to hone your craft, play shows, get better, build up a network, maybe write some songs cut by others, and hope for a break."


    "You have to be like Clay Aiken, who is a very distinct artist," she said. "What happens is the audience has to be so blown away and feel like there's nothing like them out there. All those R&B singers, they're a dime a dozen."
  • Raleigh News & Observer - "Clay Aiken New York Calling": This article says:
    Even though "Idol: The Musical" was a huge bomb in New York City, Raleigh homeboy Clay Aiken has a pretty high-profile Big Apple gig coming up later this month.
    This is talking about Clay's performance at the Neil Sedaka: 50 Years of Hits tribute on October 26 in Lincoln Center in New York.
  • Town Online also has a mention of the Neil Sedaka concert Clay will perform at -
    “I got a call just last week from Neil Sedaka about a show he’s doing at Lincoln Center on Oct 26, with Natalie Cole, Clay Aiken, the Captain & Tennille and others, to mark his 50th year as a singer and songwriter and to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation. I recorded Neil and Howard Greenfield’s first hit, ‘Stupid Cupid,’ and they also co-wrote ‘Where the Boys Are,’ so Neil said he couldn’t imagine celebrating this anniversary without me. I told him right away that I’d be there.”
  • MovieWeb - American Idol Rewind returns with Clay Aiken as narrator -
    American Idol Rewind is back, and this time the popular syndicated series will highlight Season 2, the year that put American Idol on the map with legendary talent and unprecedented ratings. Premiering Saturday, September 29th in most syndicated markets nationwide, American Idol Rewind will feature an introduction from Season 2 winner Ruben Studdard, narration by runner-up Clay Aiken and the best never-before-seen clips and interviews to-date.
  • New Orleans Time Picayune - article mentions songwriter who has worked with Clay -
    Enter Adam Anders. A songwriter-producer who has worked with Steven Curtis Chapman, Clay Aiken and the Backstreet Boys among others, Anders was hired by Fox to produce the opening "K-Ville" theme.
  • JustJared has a small write up about Clay's appearance at Jenna Bush's book launch on Monday night -
    American Idol alum Clay Aiken arrives at the launch of Jenna Bush’s book Ana’s Story: A Journey Of Hope at NYC’s Labouisse Hall, UNICEF House on Monday.
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