Saturday, August 23, 2008

Clay Aiken -"On My Way Here" Used for Korean Olympic Telecast

I've always thought that Clay Aiken music would do very well in Asia if only he was promoted there. Imagine my delight to hear that his song was being used for the theme song for one of the Korean Olympians. Read all about it here

"On My Way Here" was also used in Korean television commercials advertising Olympic broadcasting.

11 comments:

Carolina Clay said...

Gerra,

I very much agree. Besides purchasing his music, many Asian fans are reading and writing Clay Aiken blogs, both on the Internet and at his fan club site. This bodes well for an Asian tour in the future.

Thnx for the link to Clay Aiken News!

Caro

Anonymous said...

Love the idea that they used Clay Aiken's song for Korean swimmer. Thanks for the video.

outback

Anonymous said...

Maybe Clay Aiken will finally get to do an international tour next year. His music needs to be promoted internationally and never has been.

Anonymous said...

How cool that a Clay Aiken song has been used in Korea!

kit25 said...

Thanks for bringing Clay Aiken on Korean Olympic Telecast to us, gerra. I sure hope he tours in Asia one of these days. The fans there are so loyal that they deserve the joy of seeing Clay in concert.

Anonymous said...

That is so COOL! Thanks for bringing that commercial over. Wow! Clay Aiken singing on Korean tv!

Anonymous said...

That's great how they are using Clay's song in their broadcasts. So fitting to the theme.

Anonymous said...

Wow, what a treat!!! I am so proud of Clay Aiken and the fact that they ware using On My Way Here for a Korean telecast. What a great song!!!

Anonymous said...

Clay Aiken is the best performer I have ever seen, bar none!

Ami said...

I think it would be wonderful if Clay Aiken could tour for his Asian fans so that they could see him live . There is nothing like it .

Thanks for that Korean clip .

Anonymous said...

To all the Asian Claymates:

Just promise us that if he ever tours Asia that you all will take clack for us. K?