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Clay Aiken TimeLine 2018

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Clay Aiken Timeline for 2018. ldyj will try her darndest to keep this list up-to-date. If you see anything missing/incorrect, please PM ldyjocelyn!

  • January 13 -- Quiana Parler's band, Ranky Tanky, has a gig in New York City, and Clay attends.
  • January 18 — Clay attends the Broadway musical Waitress with Meghan McCain.  Jason Mraz and Sara Bareilles are the stars for this showing.
  • January 19 -- After a few weeks off, Clay's back on Bold Blend.  Guests include John Fugelsang and the co-CEO of Archie Comics, talking anti-bullying with Clay and the National Inclusion Project.
  • January 24 -- A mention of Clay on The View today; Meghan McCain mentioned that Clay went with her to her doctor's office, where she got a mammogram.  He's such a good friend!
  • January 26 -- In a change of pace, Clay cohosts  Bold Blend today without Carrie Sheffield, but with guest hostess Morgan Ortagus.  Guests include conservative vloggers Diamonds & Silk, and actress Katherine Herzer ("Madame Secretary").
  • February 2 — Carrie is back with Clay!  Topics include the State of the Union address and Dreamers, the last part with Black Panther star Bambadjan Bamba.
  • February 9 -- Bold Blend discusses a variety of issues, including this week's volatile stock market (with Rep. Claudia Tenney of the House Financial Services Committee) and the legalization of marijuana.
  • March 9 -- After several weeks off, Clay is back on Bold Blend!  There were several issues discussed, including the Oscars and LGBTQ representation, and also immigration (with the lawyer who represents Melania Trump).
  • March 16 — A wild week in Washington means a wild Bold Blend!  Topics include the special election in Pennsylvania and what it means for both parties, and the book “Call Me By Your Name” with author  Andre Aciman.
  • March 22 -- Clay and Meghan McCain attend the Broadway premiere of Frozen.  Both Clay and Meghan posted on Instagram about it.
  • April 6 — Bold Blend has Clay and Carrie back together again. Topicsinclude free-range parenting, LGBTQ candidates and representation in the government, snd US/North Korea relations.
  • April 7 — A beautiful Periscope of “I Can’t Make You Love Me.”
  • April 10 -- Clay and Ben Cohn attend a David Foster concert, held at the Town Hall in New York City.
  • April 11 -- Children of a Lesser God opens on Broadway, and Clay attends.
  • April 13 -- Bold Blend once again features the conservative bloggers Diamond & Silk, talking about Facebook censorship, and Clay tries to mediate.  Later in the day, Clay attends Variety's Power of Women luncheon with his BFF Meghan McClain in NYC.
  • April 21 — Clay and Ben Cohn perform at a Gala celebrating 20 years of the Carolina Ballet.  The Gala was held in Raleigh.  
  • April 30 -- He's back on Huffington Post!  Clay writes a piece entitled "Ada Vox Lost "American Idol" Because She Wasn't the Best Singer. Period." 
  • May 2 -- Ruben Studdard sings Luther Vandross in concert at Westbury, NY, and Clay attends the show.
  • May 11 -- Bold Blend covers a wild variety of topics, and Carrie and Clay have fun with motivational speaker Rick Rigsby, author of "Confessions of a Third-Grade Drop-Out."  They also talk to Amy Chua, author of "Political Tribes."
  • May 18 -- Clay and Carrie return for a second week on Bold Blend.  Cameron Esposito stops by to discuss her series "Take My Wife," and CNN analyst Sally Kohn talks about her book "The Opposite of Hate."
  • May 25 -- Clay "runs the show" today, along with guest host Kristin Tate.  There is an interesting discussion about the new NFL ruling regarding players and the National Anthem.  
  • June 8 -- After a week off, Clay is back with Carrie on Bold Blend.  The main topic of discussion is the previous Tuesday's primaries and what they mean for both the Democrats and Republicans.
  • June 23 -- Clay sings!  A Facebook Live of "Yesterday," accompanied by Ben Cohn.
  • September 28 -- The premiere of "New Dogs, Old Tricks" on Amazon.  This weekly series is a spin-off of a movie entitled What Happened Last Night, and Clay plays Nathan, a college resident director.
  • October 6 -- 15th annual National Inclusion Project Gala, held in Raleigh, NC.

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