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Friday, November 30, 2007

South Bend Tribune - Clay "Doesn't Disappoint"

The South Bend Tribune published their full review of Clay's South Bend, IN concert today. An abbreviated version of this review was published yesterday. The Tribune was impressed by Clay's vocal skills, calling him a "polished" performer:

A relaxed and polished Aiken, dressed in all black, eased into a soft rendition of "O Come, O Come Emmanuel," then, with the Bill Porter Orchestra, a Chicago jazz band, in tow, he launched into the first of the show's three holiday medleys. Joined by talented supporting vocalists Angela Fisher and Quiana Parlor, the trio zipped through an arrangement that somehow morphed "Away in a Manger," "O Little Town of Bethlehem," and "Silent Night" into a single, pleasant entity.

Whether they knew it or not, this was the moment the audience was waiting for. Reminiscent of his "American Idol" performances, Aiken pushed his vocals to hit the big notes, which he did to perfection.

The song's crescendo was so stirring, audience members actually leaped to their feet like they were at a church revival.
Read the full review here.


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