Sunday, September 14, 2008

Clay Aiken-Favorite Concert Tour Moments


Independent Tour


On Clay Aiken's second tour, he co-headlined with Kelly Clarkson. They would alternate who opened the show each night. The only time they actually appeared on stage together was during the finale each night when they would sing "Open Arms". Below are a few of my favorites from the Independent Tour.



Kyrie


Remember the electricity in the air?




Measure of a Man, Wilkes Barre

And This moment will always bring a tear to my eye.



When Doves Cry






No More Sad Songs

I hope someday to see this song performed again.






I haven't even touched on the banter. I could go on and on. What are your favorites from the Independent Tour?

11 comments:

katy said...

That was a fun tour with Clay Aiken and Kelly. Loved Kyrie.

Anonymous said...

Such good memories, with many more to come.

Medusa said...

The Independent Tour was great. I loved the entrance Clay made from the back of the arenas.

Deona said...

Kyrie was the best, though I Survived You and When Doves Cry were great too.

Anonymous said...

My heart was beating so hard when Clay Aiken made his entrance with Kyrie during the IT.

Anonymous said...

I remember the last night of the IT when Clay Aiken gave Kelly C a bouquet of yellow roses.

Lesa said...

Thank you so much for this! I was at the St.Louis concert and remember the goosebumps I got on When Doves Cry. Clay is such a Class Act!

Anonymous said...

My heart was pounding like crazy too when he came in from the back of the arena singing Kyrie. I would watch the clack from this concert every night for hours. I just love his concerts.

Anonymous said...

Oh yes! I remember the electricity in the air when Clay sang Kyrie. I would love to see him do it again someday

Lee said...

Measure of a Man in Wilkes Barre was the most memorable concert moment I have ever experienced . Stunning .

I really miss Clay Aiken in concert . Nobody does it better .

Carolina Clay said...

gerra,

What a wonderful walk down memory lane. I look forward to reading more of your blogs about Clay Aiken.

Thank you for your kind remarks in the Spamalot opening night entry at my corner.

HAve a great week!

Caro