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Saturday, May 31, 2008

Two Songs From "A Thousand Different Ways" Played on Korean Television Shows

Bloomingclay from The Clayboard, who is also from Korea, posted news that two of Clay's songs from A Thousand Different Ways, were playing in the background of two of Korea's television shows. Here's what she has to say:

From TV show(Sat,Sun night) 'I'm happy'-I don't watch the show but it seems like guys are having their time at the bar and one of them who broke up with his girlfriend laments in this scene and WY (Without You) was used as background music.

From TV sitcom 'Unstoppable marriage'-Again, I don't watch this show either but it seems like they talk about their love triangle or something in the cafe and SSTBTHW (Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word) was played as background music.
If you hurry, you might can go to those "sendspace" links she has there and listen for yourselves. Oh, and although I don't know Korean, I have a feeling the people in the shows are talking about how much they love the background music!

Now if we can only get Clay's music played on TV shows or in movies here in the United States!

"On My Way Here" #1 On AOL Most Played List; AOL Sessions View Numbers Continue to Rise

Great news! Clay's song, On My Way Here, is #1 today on AOL's Most Played List of Songs.

In addition, Lover All Alone is #26 today on AOL's Highest Rated Songs!

Let's keep Clay's songs on the lists at AOL. Head over to AOL Music and listen to Clay's songs as well as watch his five songs on AOL Sessions. These songs are great and getting lots of hits. Clay's picture and link to his Sessions songs is still on the main page of AOL Music.

Number of times viewed for each song on Sessions is as follows (and climbing):

  • Ashes - 55,005
  • Everything I Don't Need - 23,764
  • Where I Draw The Line - 17,650
  • On My Way Here - 20,900
  • Something About Us - 15,454

Friday, May 30, 2008

Spamalot Wins Three 2008 Audience Awards, Including One For Clay

The results of the voting for the 2008 Broadway Audience Awards has been announced at, and Spamalot won three of these awards! The awards won are as follows:

  • Favorite Replacement (Male)
    Clay Aiken, Spamalot

  • Favorite Replacement (Female)
    Hannah Waddingham, Spamalot

  • Favorite Long-Running Broadway Show
Theatergoers vote for these awards. Young Frankenstein won five awards and Spamalot came in second place with three awards.

Big congratulations to Clay, Hannah, and Spamalot!

Clay Interviewed by ChannelNewsAsia

Clay was interviewed by ChannelNewsAsia recently. It's a great interview! Thanks to There Was A Man for the text -

He’s had four Top 5 albums on the Billboard charts, but Clay Aiken still can’t shake off his days as the geek on American Idol.

“I think to some extent in the United States, you don’t really shed that Idol tag,” he said over the phone from Los Angeles.

“It’s such a huge show that you can’t escape it.

“But I got here being myself on American Idol, and I try my best on continuing to be here based on being myself,” he added.

“If you want to be good at what you do, you can’t slack off. You have to continue to try to do better. Anybody who assumes I’m here only because of Idol is wrong.”

Aiken’s latest album, On My Way Here, confirms that sentiment. Most of the songs, he said, are about “becoming and discovering yourself”, and learning life lessons rather than lessons “from a book in school”.

It’s something that the Raleigh, North Carolina, native has first-hand experience of.

“I never wanted to be a singer,” he admitted. “I wanted to be a teacher. So all this kind of happened as a blessing — to be able to take my hobby and turn it into my job. All the experiences, luck and blessings have come because we’ve been open to a lot of things.”

Still, he’s quick to point out that fame does have its drawbacks.

“Like I was out the other day with my friends just wanting to get some dinner, and we had paparazzi following us the whole time — that’s a pain in the butt,” he said, sighing. “It’s part of the job. I think you just have to learn to deal with it.”

“It” includes rumours that the 29-year-old singer has had plastic surgery and is actually gay but afraid to admit it.

“That’s what’s so great about America,” he said, laughing. “One of our valuable amendments to the Constitution — freedom of the press — is also one of the crappiest. You can write anything you want. You don’t need to have any proof or any truth to what you write.”

Lucky for Aiken, besides the surgery and gay rumours, he’s not exactly exciting tabloid fodder.

“I stole a car one time. At 15, you can drive as long as a parent is with you but one day, they were out, so I took the car out for drive by myself. That’s probably the most rebellious thing I’ve done.”

Yup, Clay Aiken stole his parent’s car when he was 15. Doesn’t exactly scream magazine sales.

“Nobody’s ever the same person everyday, but for the most part, I think I’m pretty nice and easy to get along with. But my manager will probably say that’s crap.”

Still, he does have a snippy side. “Last night, I was watching one of the way-too-many music awards shows we have and the live performances were almost unbearable to listen to. I think people just don’t realise how bad they are. It was really awful. People were off-key, and it was a ... mess.”

Has Aiken turned into a Simon Cowell? “No, but it was really hard to listen to. I was telling my friend: ‘Oh my god, if I were ever that bad, please promise to tell me.’ I hope I’m never that bad.”

Tidbits 5/30

Lycos50 - Clay #3 this week -

David Cook, this year's winner of American Idol came in at #35 this week. "He's like my big brother," said David Archuleta, the runner up. "I have looked up to him since the beginning of this. I just feel so honored to be standing next to Cook." The "Davids" duel is the first time two male contestants have competed on American Idol since Ruben Studdard beat out Clay Aiken in the show's second season in 2003. The Idol finale was jammed packed with stars and included performances by Carrie Underwood (#39) and The Jonas Brothers (#37) at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
  • Lite98 FM Richmond, VA - a new interview with Clay is up. You can hear it at the radio station's website.
  • - mention in Spamalot article -
    In the categories honoring long-running shows, Spamalot came out on top, winning Favorite Long-Running Broadway Show as well as prizes for replacement stars Clay Aiken and Hannah Waddingham.
  • Greensboro Rhino Times - AI -
    Both will be remembered as having been discovered by American Idol but no one will care which of them won, just as it hardly matters that Clay Aiken came in second.
  • E! Online - David Cook makes big debut with debut single -
    The 236,000 copies of "The Time of My Life" sold/downloaded also give Cook the best week-after-coronation numbers since season two, when Ruben Studdard's "Flying Without Wings" missed the top spot thanks to Clay Aiken's "This Is the Night," which went on to become the top single of 2003.
  • E! Online - David Cook sets music industry record by having 17 songs in Top 100 Digital Downloads -
    The tune remains entrenched at No. 1 on iTunes and has notched 236,024 downloads in its first four days, making it the best single debut of an Idol since Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard went vox a vox on the charts. All told, Cook has 17 tracks on the Top 100 Digital Songs Chart, a record for any artist.
  • Arizona Republic interviews AI7 contestant Chikezie, who has some great stuff to say about Clay:
    Q: Of the first six years, who was your favorite Idol?

    A: As far as taking this show and making something of it, even when nobody else would believe that you could do it, Jennifer Hudson is an amazing example. As far as singers and enjoying performances, Clay Aiken. He's an amazing vocalist.
  • Reality TV Magazine - Cook sees best Idol single debut since Clay's TITN -
    Cook's "The Time of My Life" represents the best debut numbers for an Idol artist since the show's second season when runner-up Clay Aiken's single "This Is The Night" b/w "Bridge Over Troubled Water" dropped at No. 1 on the Hot 100 after moving 393,000 copies in its initial week of release in June 2003.
  • WPVI ABC - American Idol & race?
    Another white senior supervisor, apparently bitter towards the Rev. Al Sharpton and angry at Ruben Studdard for winning "American Idol" in 2003 over Clay Aiken, allegedly wrote, "Reverse discrimination and political correctness are destroying virtually every aspect of American life."
  • The Star Online - MOAM "not that successful"... even though it went triple platinum -
    Clay Aiken
    On My Way Here
    Sony BMG

    FOR a while, it seemed as if former American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken had given up on his singing career. It has been almost five years since the fledgling singer released his debut, Measure of a Man, which really wasn’t that successful (his other album, in which he sang covers of pop hits and ballads, fared better). This offering contains 12 new tracks, including Where I Draw the Line, As Long As We’re Here, Grace of God and the title track, which is also the first single from the album.
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  • Carolina On My Mind, Clayigraphy, All That Is Clay Aiken- Clay rocks it out on AOL Sessions
  • All That Is Clay Aiken - AP on Broadway mentions Clay in weekly broadcast -
    Singer Clay Aiken, who recently appeared on Broadway in "Spamalot," has a new CD out. Aiken spoke with Jane Waldman about his latest recording, his experience working on Broadway and why he thinks that "American Idol" isn't what it used to be.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Clay Tells AOL He's An Entertainer

Clay spoke briefly with AOL's PopEater blog during his recent AOL Sessions mini-concert.

Clay Aiken Says He Isn't a Musician

Posted May 27th 2008 5:00PM by Christina Lang
Filed under: Sessions

"I don't really consider myself a musician so much as I consider myself just an entertainer," says the man who finished second on 'American Idol,' sold millions of records and now stars in the hit Broadway musical 'Spamalot,' when he stopped by the AOL Studios for his Sessions taping. Clay Aiken knows his place in the entertainment pantheon and he's just fine with it, thank you very much.

Besides (not) being a musician, Aiken has also taken an active role with several charities. Uniting the "Claymates" in an effort to support autistic children, Aiken and his good friend Diane Bubel formed the Bubel/Aiken Foundation to support mainstreaming autistic children into the classrooms, play groups and other normal day-to-day activities for children.

The benevolent Aiken took time out from his busy schedule to perform five tracks and talk with AOL Music about his first studio album in two years and more.

Tidbits 5/28

  • Clay's OMWH is #4 this week on HitPredictor, -'The "Hit Predictor" chart ranks the songs that tested the best in R&R's listener surveys (based on songs rated by members).'
    HitPredictor - Mainstream AC
    New releases that tested with hit potential prior to airplay, updated each Monday.

    BDS TW / Song Title / Label / Artist / HitPredictor Score [Note: BDS TW refers to This Week's R&R AC chart ranking, determined by # of spins]
    1 Love Song Epic Sara Bareilles 84.70
    3 Lost Reprise Michael Buble 82.50
    30 New Cinderella EMI Steven Curtis Chapman 81.40
    35 New On My Way Here RMG Clay Aiken 80.20
  • Desert News - mention of the Independent Tour - "When Clay Aiken and Kelly Clarkson came to town during another concert, I reviewed the show and said I felt Clay had the better set. Well, the hate emails came in, and I even got three death threats."
  • Foxes on Idol - Idol Watch -
    After a respectable start, Clay Aiken’s fourth album, On My Way Here, took a hit this week, selling just over 20,000 copies and dropping from #4 to #18 on the Billboard 200. The album came in at #6 on Top Digital Albums and #6 on Top Internet Albums. Obviously, the Claymates can only carry their man so far, and if sales are any reflection, their numbers appear to be dwindling. It’s too bad, because this is a solid effort on Clay’s part and has some really, really nice tracks that are both melodic and meaningful. This is the album he should have released third, that’s for sure.
  • Philadelphia Weekly - Neil Diamond achieves chart success -
    Weirdly, Diamond never achieved tremendous sales with the sparkly stuff that’s occupied his discography over the last 40-plus years. Home Before Dark is his first ever chart-topping album. In fact, it entered the Billboard charts at No. 1, knocking down both Mariah and Clay Aiken as the first unexpected breakout of the summer. Not bad for a guy who’s been recording since before the Jurassic era.
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  • The ConCLAYve brings up some interesting points about how singles are selected for albums -
    I’m really curious as to how a record label selects a first single. In some situations the choice seems obvious, such as cases where a song is part of another medium such as a movie soundtrack or a television backdrop song. In other cases, what criteria is most important in this important selections? Other schools of thought are that the second single is the one to drive an album.

    I ask this question because of the current choice of single for Clay Aiken’s incredible album called On My Way Here. There are so many possibilities for a single choice from that album, many which are radio friendly and which also would raise an eyebrow or two from those who associate Clay with ballads.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Hits Daily Double Final Totals Posted

Hits Daily Double posted its final CD sales totals for last week with Clay and On My Way Here coming in at #39 with sales of 14,391. This gives him a total of over 128,00 for 3 weeks.

When Billboard posts its final figures, we will let you know what their final total is. This will hopefully add a couple of thousand to Clay's total.

Clay's AOL Sessions Up!

Clay's mini-concert with AOL Sessions has been posted to AOL Music. Run, don't walk to go over to see beautiful performances of:

1. Ashes
2. Everything I Don't Need
3. Where I Draw the Line
4. On My Way Here
5. Something About Us

There are also several interview clips. The CB's dardar compiled this list of links which will get you directly to the individual videos:

Ashes (3:36)

EIDN (4:28)

Where I Draw the Line (4:09)

OMWH (4:26)

Something About Us (3:33)

What are your tour plans? (18 sec.)

How is OMWH different from your previous albums? (43 sec.)

What have you learned during the process of creating this album? (1:02)

What is the difference between performing theatrically as opposed to performing in concert? (1:03)

How do you feel about using your celebrity to help people? (39 sec.)

Tidbits 5/27

  • Great Clay mention on CNN's Larry King Live last night. From the CB's Rpoppert -
    I am watching Larry King with the part two of the AI7 interview. Along the bottom, in the ticker they have been giving lots of AI info, from this season and others. The ticker said how David A was only the second contestant to never have been in the bottom 2 or 3 all season. And that Clay was the only other one to have that record. I am glad Clay was recognized!
  • The CW KREN-TV - Taylor Hicks heads to Broadway -
    Hicks joins a growing list of former Idols who have joined Broadway shows, including Fantasia (The Color Purple), Clay Aiken (Spamalot), Tamyra Gray (Rent) and more. Hicks considers his debut "the opportunity of a lifetime," and a great way to season his skills as a performer.
  • Walton Sun - American Idol 7 comes to an end -
    The Battle for the next American Idol was fought Tuesday night on the grounds of the Nokia Theater in Hollywood, with approximately 7000 people there to witness the greatest match-up since Season 2's Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken - David Archuleta 17, versus David Cook, 25!
  • Nashua Telegraph - uh... some Idol thoughts to "fill the void"?
    It gets worse. My sponsor named his border collie, Ruben Stoddard. His cat, Clay Aiken, hates Ruben.
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  • Clay - The Man - Clay "keeps on giving"
  • Clayigraphy - how AI7 reminds me of AI2 -
    I really, really, really enjoyed these guys... each in their own way. Today reminded me of a Saturday in May of 2003. Downloading... downloading.... downloading.

    I will more than likely tuck this away into my "discreet boyfriends" file very shortly. But in the meantime... please enjoy, enjoy, enjoy as much as I have!

    I truly hope each one of them soars!

Monday, May 26, 2008

As of Monday night, Hits Daily Double With 15.29% Sales In

As of the writing of this article, Hits Daily Double has posted 15.29% of sales for the past week. Clay and On My Way Here is at #42 with sales of 3,238.

Hits Daily Double will update these numbers every 5 minutes on Tuesday until 100% of the numbers are in. We'll post the final numbers in tomorrow's CDD, and then will post the numbers from Billboard when they are final.

A Billboard Debut #1 We Overlooked

During the week of the debut of On My Way Here, there was so much excitement going on. Spamalot had just ended; CD Release parties all over the country had been planned and were being attended by fans; Everyone was buying their CD's and listening to them over and over again. Keeping up with all the fan comments, reviews, and appearances kept everyone busy.

The next week we were checking on chart numbers from Hits Daily Double and Billboard. But there is one number that was overlooked, at least by some. Probably not everyone, but definitely by some. And that is another #1 for Clay reported at Billboard by Fred Bronson. Read on for what Fred has to say:

177 AND COUNTING: It might not be long before the Davids -- Archuleta and Cook -- have their own No. 1s on the Billboard charts, adding to the grand total of "American Idol" No. 1s racked up since 2002. But even without their contributions, the total increases by one this week, as Clay Aiken's "On My Way Here" (19/RCA) debuts at No. 1 on Top Internet Albums. That is the 177th No. 1 for the "Idol" franchise, counting all national, domestic charts compiled by the Billboard Information Group.
How I overlooked this I'll never know. But this is an amazing number for Clay to debut at the #1 spot on Top Internet Albums.

Here's another accomplishment that Clay took a part in. Check this out in that same Fred Bronson article:
ALL BY MYSELF: Take a careful look at the top 10 albums on The Billboard 200. Notice anything? No? All right, here are the 10 artists in this week's top 10: Neil Diamond, Toby Keith, Madonna, Clay Aiken, Mariah Carey, Leona Lewis, Gavin DeGraw, Josh Groban, Dierks Bentley and Luis Miguel.

How about now?

Sharp-eyed Chart Beat readers will have noticed that every album in the top 10 is by a solo artist. There are no groups, soundtracks or multi-artist collections.

How rare is it for the top 10 albums to be by 10 different solo artists? So unique that our chart department hasn't been able to find any other album chart like this one yet, and they've already checked back to 1963.
Clay and the fans can feel extra good about these two accomplishment made during OMWH's debut week. If you already knew about this, well, enjoy reliving this recent memory. If you didn't, then this is something to smile big about until we hear from Clay again.

Tidbits 5/26

  • Above: iTunes is advertising OMWH in their "Best of Store" weekly playlist and in their Pop Vocal section.
  • Great Clay mention in Filipino News, writes the CB's SUNSHINEWAGON:
    How do you plan to celebrate your 50th year?
    "I had a great celebration here at the Lincoln Center in New York City.
    They gave me a great tribute. My songs were sung by singers who made them popular,
    such as Natalie Cole, Connie Francis and Clay Aikin, and other artists who have covered my songs.
    Being written is a musical play about my life; it's coming out in 2009. It's about the Neil Sedaka life,
    with all my compositions, and it has many characters in my family."
  • And here's a great review of OMWH from the Philippine Star:
    Inspiring Clay Aiken in new CD

    By Baby A. Gil
    Monday, May 26, 2008

    Chris Daughtry is not the only American Idol loser, or maybe I should say, also-run, whose career is going great guns. There is also Clay Aiken who lost to Ruben Studdard in Season 2 in the first male-to-male face-off in the contest. But since then the sweet-voiced tenor has recorded six solo albums and sold over six million CDs. He has no Grammy yet but he has already won at the American Music Awards where fans vote for the winners. He has written a book that made the best-sellers list and he recently launched his career as a Broadway actor in the Monty Python musical Spamalot.

    Aiken also released a new CD two weeks ago. Titled On My Way Here, this is his first all-original collection since Measure of a Man five years ago. Now, I really prefer listening to Aiken when he sings covers. He has a very distinctive kind of voice that makes even the oldest songs sound new and different. That is the reason why despite lots of other versions of the Neil Sedaka song, his heart-tugging rendition of Solitaire has become his trademark.

    It may take listeners longer than usual to get to know On My Way Here and for them to appreciate its values, but I have a feeling that this will be Aiken's most enduring album. Loneliness is the theme for most of the songs but Aiken's soaring vocals keep them from being painfully sad. They are, in fact, inspiring as they focus on insight gained and lessons learned. As it is, he has chosen songs that people would want to hear again and again, and later would surely know by heart.

    Take a look at the chorus of the title cut composed by Ryan "Alias" Tedder, the front man of the hot rock band New Republic: On my way here/ where I am now/ I've learned to fly/ I have to want to leave the ground/ I've fallen hard but I've been loved/ and in the end it all works out/ faith has conquered fear/ on my way here.

    Or what about Grace of God which is particularly touching and puts into song a thought guaranteed to make anybody kinder, nicer and a better person all around. It ends this way: So when I'm thinking it's a bad day/ feels like nothing's going my way/ I pass a wreck out on the freeway/ and pray they survived/ there but for the grace of God go I. Play Aiken's song when you wake up in the morning and keep it in your head. You will be assured of a blessed day.

    Other songs included are Ashes, Everything I Don't Need, Something About Us, Falling, Where I Draw the Line, The Real Me, Weight of the World, As Long As We're Here, Sacrificial Love, and Lover All Alone, which was composed by Aiken and the legendary David Foster.
  • The Celebrity Cafe - OMWH review ...
    After finishing in second place on American Idol, Clay Aiken has gone on to more success than most Idol winners to date.

    On My Way Here is Aiken’s fourth studio album, and first album of original material since his 2003 chart-topping debut, Measure of a Man.

    The album’s title track, written by Ryan Tedder of One Republic, is a tender, emotional song about finding one's way through life, while "Lover All Alone," a song Aiken co-wrote, is a beautiful, vulnerable track.

    With this album, Clay continues to establish himself as a recording artist, and although it doesn’t show much growth from his previous releases, it’s sure to be a hit with the Claymates.
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Sunday, May 25, 2008

Announcing "Cooking For Inclusion" - Voices For Beta Alpha Cookbook - An Approved Bubel Aiken Foundation Fundraiser

The Beta Alpha Joint Chapter Project



Shipment in June 2008

We have 500 cookbooks right now to fill orders
Price: $20.00 (includes shipping)
Cost Breakdown: $10.00 goes to TBAF
$6.25 covers printing expense
$3.75 covers shipping
If you elect to pay by PayPal add .75 per book for PayPal Fee

22 Beta Alpha Chapters and the TBAF board, staff and family contributed favorite recipes from around the country to Use Their Voices as One in support of the inclusion mission of The Bubel/Aiken Foundation. You will definately want at least one of these cookbooks for yourself. It includes 461 recipes from the chapters, Faye Parker, Aron Hall, Kristy Barnes, Jerry Aiken and the rest of the TBAF board and staff. There is also a write-up about each chapter and what inclusion means to them. They make a great gift.

Each Beta Alpha chapter will get credit on their BAF scoreboard for the number of cookbooks ordered under their chapter. If you do not belong to a chapter, you can designate which chapter is to get your credit. To clarify, if you order 5 cookbooks and $50.00 goes to BAF, that $50 goes on your chapter scoreboard. Cindy will be doing all the recording and sending the money to TBAF and advising them which chapter gets the credit.
TBAF is aware of this procedure.

Payment Information:

1. You must designate which chapter the $10.00 per cookbook credit goes to.

2. Checks can be made payable to:
Cindy Skuce, 28 Sandra Circle, Coventry, RI 02816.
She has to take out her $6.25 and $3.75 to recoup print and shipping costs,
then the $10.00 goes to TBAF.

3. PayPal orders go to
Please add .75 per cookbook ordered to cover PayPal fees.
Indicate "cookbook" in your message and remember to provide
your full name and address for shipping.

If you have any questions on ordering, or the cookbook itself, please e-mail those to Cindy Skuce at or Carol Erickson at
We will be happy to answer your questions.

Thanks in advance for your orders and for supporting this project. We can all make a difference in the life of a child and their family by supporting the Foundation and its' mission of inclusion.

Cindy Skuce/Carol Erickson
Cookbook Chairpersons

"On My Way Here" Played on Music Choice Site

I was introduced today to a new site online called "Music Choice" by Claygal at The Clayboard . Claygal got my attention by saying:

Just tuned in to Music Choice channel and lo and behold heard the familiar intro chords to OMWH!! Ahh, I was totally unprepared for this as I had just made an online request to hear OMWH and decided to listen to what was being played. They don't have any of his current photos they seem to be ones from 2003, but at least the audience got a listen!! OMWH was played under "Lite Hits".

Some of my friends turn on Music Choice as background music for their parties as there's a variety under that genre, and it's free!!
"OMWH" and "free" -- two words I love!! So I went to Music Choice to check it out. Music Choice says about themselves:
Music Choice® is simply the best music you can enjoy in your home or business. We want to be your music source. We program more than 50 channels of commercial-free music for listeners of all ages and interests.
They have every music genre imaginable, even one under "Pop" called "Kidz Only".

I found "Lite Hits" by clicking on Music Channels/Pop/Lite Hits, or to make it easier for our readers, by clicking here: Lite Hits. The first thing I found after this was awesome. OMWH was #3 in last week's top ten! Here is the list which you will find on the right side of the "Lite Hits" page:

There is also a place on the left side of the page for "Viewer Feedback". Any comments or suggestions can be left here. Now, we don't want to totally bombard them with Clay requests, so it might be best to be as short and sweet as possible when asking for Clay's songs to be played.

Unfortunately for me, the next thing I found when I went to look for how to get the music to play was that I couldn't figure it out. I checked the Frequently Asked Questions and found this:
Q. How do I login to the Music Choice site?
A. To login to the Music Choice site, please enter the same email address and password that you use to login to your cable high-speed Internet provider’s web site. We work directly with our cable partners to allow this feature. Please contact your cable provider if you do not know your email address and password. We do not register new users on our site at this time. You must be a high-speed internet customer of Comcast, Cox, Road Runner/Time Warner, or Conway to login to the site.
Since I'm not a customer of any of these companies, I can't log in. But most of you should be able to, any other questions you may have should be able to be answered here as well.

Music Choice is also on TV. There is more information about this at their "Television" page.

This looks to be a great site for OMWH to be played. Check it out and let's see if we can't get Clay's songs played here!

Cove Magazine Names Clay to 100 Outstanding Pop Vocalists List

Cove Magazine has named Clay to their list of the 100 Outstanding Pop Vocalists. Clay comes in at #15 on the list, which includes Christina Aguilera (#1), Celine Dion (#4), Avril Lavigne (#9) and Kelly Clarkson (#21).

YouTube of the Day: Man Caught on Hidden Camera Dancing to TITN

... I think the title of this post says it all. This is hilarious!

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