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Calm down people! His version of bridge over troubled water really isn't that bad. I have to say, This is the night isn't that great. All you people don't like him because of what he looks like. Sure, hes not that.. Cute? But still, he has a great voice. He just has to find his field in music. Just give him a break! <33

Pulling Hair

Would someone please come and pull my hair out....Clay makes me want to sell my audio equipment. Terrible music. Where did those back up vocals come from on Bridge Over Troubled Waters?

It's not that bad! :)

Why are people reviewing a track they obviously didn't download? Anyway... I love Clay's voice and these tracks... but the choir at the end really needs to go!


Born: November 30, 1978 in Raleigh, NC

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

As the second-place contestant on Fox television's second season of American Idol, vocalist Clay Aiken wowed television audiences with his Southern charm, sweet demeanor, and powerful tenor voice, all of which combined to make him a pop star (and, later, a fixture on Broadway). Originally, Aiken had planned to try out for the reality TV series The American Race, but went ahead and auditioned for the Idol competition to please an encouraging friend. Out of 7,000 hopefuls, the Charlotte, North Carolina...
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