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Clay Aiken Timeline for 2023.  ldyj will try her darndest to keep this list up-to-date.  If you see anything missing/incorrect, please contact ldyjocelyn!

  • February 1 -- Clay appears on "Celebrity Name That Tune!" (Fox). His opponent is Jordin Sparks, also of American Idol fame. He beat Jordin in the main game, but bombed spectacularly during the final round.  Still, he won $32,000 for the National Inclusion Project!
  • February 2 -- Word gets out for a taping of "Tamron Hall" (syndicated) with Clay and Ruben scheduled for this date.
  • February 6 -- The appearance on "Tamron Hall."  Clay and Ruben were both very animated as they talked about the tour and fatherhood.  They also sang "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" together!
  • February 22 -- M&G packages for the summer tour are announced.  Included are attendance at the sound check (with a song that won't be in the show, but only for that venue -- lots of individuality there), a hoodie and a picture with Clay & Ruben.
  • March 1 -- Clay does a radio interview with local Raleigh, NC station WPTF. He gave a preview of some of the stories he'll be telling with Ruben during the tour this year.
  • March 6 -- Another radio interview is released, this time with G105 (Raleigh) morning show.  They played a few silly games, including one where Clay had to finish the song.  Nice to hear his voice!
  • March 7 -- A snippet of an interview from Clay and Ruben released on South Coast Today.
  • March 9 -- A YouTube short of Clay and Ruben publicizing the Nashua Center appears.  It shows their trademark humor.  Also, Clay attends an event called "Big Night in for the Arts," benefiting arts councils in the Triangle Area.
  • March 10 -- This time, it's a Facebook Reel that shows up with Clay and Ruben ribbing each other.  It advertises for the Arcada Theater show.
  • March 28 -- A video interview on Queen City News Charlotte (NC).  Cute video interview.
  • March 30 -- The WNYT (TV station in the Capital area of New York) online show "Onorato & Company" hosts Clay and Ruben as they discuss the opening night's show!
  • April 2 -- Clay, along with Justin Guarini, Jordin Sparks, David Archuleta, Caitie Turner, Noah Thompson, and Phillip Phillips (all other Idol finalists), mentor contestants for Hollywood week on "American Idol." Clay proves himself to be a caring and compassionate mentor as he helps them with their confidence.
  • April 3 -- Another video interview for promotion of the tour.  This one is for WBTV in Charlotte, NC.
  • April 5 -- And the Interviews keep coming!  Two released today:  "Soda City Live" (WIS 10 in Columbia, SC) and an interview released on Twitter from Nippertown, based in central New York.
  • April 10 -- "The Pulse with Bill Anderson" (WTXF, Fox 29 in Philadelphia) has an interview with Clay and Ruben.  There's also a long radio interview on WAMC (NPR in Albany, NY).
  • April 11 -- Can you tell the tour is almost here?  An interview on "New York Live!" (NBC 4 out of New York City), as well as PIX 11 from New York City as well.
  • April 12 -- The opening night of Clay and Ruben Studdard with their "Twenty Years, One Night" tour (hereafter referred to as "20-1").  It starts at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall (Troy, NY). Earlier in the day, two Facebook interviews appear, one from the Kokomo Press, the other B106.7.  Both fun interviews!
  • April 13 -- 20-1 at the Nashua Center for the Arts (Nashua, NH).
  • April 14 -- 20-1 at the Zeiterion Theatre (New Bedford, MA).
  • April 16 -- 20-1 at the Fallsview Casino Resort (Niagara Fall, ON, Canada).
  • April 17 -- 20-1 at the Fallsview Casino Resort (Niagara Fall, ON, Canada).
  • April 18 -- 20-1 at the Fallsview Casino Resort (Niagara Fall, ON, Canada).
  • April 20 -- 20-1 at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts (Patchogue, NY).
  • April 21 -- An interview with Clay on WDBJ-7 out of Roanoke, VA, promoting the show on May 5.
  • April 22 -- 20-1 at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts (Bronx, NY).
  • April 24 -- 20-1 at the Wall Street Theater (Norwalk, CT). Also, a new video interview appears on FB with both Ruben and Clay, from NBC CT Live in Connecticut.
  • April 26 -- 20-1 at the Count Basie Center for the Arts (Red Bank, NJ).  There's also a radio interview on "On Point with Juandolyn Stokes" (NewsTalk 1340 WAOK), publicizing the May 6 concert at Mableton, GA.  And then, an interview via Facebook from Mix 107.9 in Charlotte, NC.
  • April 27 -- 20-1 at Penn's Peak (Jim Thorpe, PA).  There's also a really good interview with Clay on the "Open House Party" podcast with Kannon.  
  • April 28 -- 20-1 at the Parx Casino (Bensalem, PA).
  • April 29 -- 20-1 at the Koka Booth Amphitheatre (Cary, NC).
  • April 30 -- 20-1 at the Newberry Opera House (Newberry, SC).
  • May 2 -- 20-1 at the Midland Theatre (Newark, OH).
  • May 4 -- 20-1 at the Knight Theater (Charloette, NC).
  • May 5 -- 20-1 at the Jefferson Center (Roanoke, VA).
  • May 6 -- 20-1 at the Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre (Mableton, GA).
  • May 7 -- 20-1 at the Oxford Performing Arts Centers (Oxford, AL).
  • May 10 -- 20-1 at the Arcada Theatre (St. Charles, IL).
  • May 11 -- 20-1 at the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts (Carmel, IN).
  • May 12 -- 20-1 at the Genesee Theatre (Waukegan, IL).
  • May 13 -- 20-1 at the Honeywell Center (Waubash, IN).
  • May 14 -- 20-1 at the Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts (Bloomington, IL).
  • May 16 -- 20-1 at the Grand Theater (Wausau, WI).
  • May 18 -- Once again, Clay hosts the Triangle Rising Star Awards, for young performers in the area.
  • May 21 -- Clay and Ruben celebrate 20 years to the day of the finale of the second season of "American Idol" by appearing on the finale of the current season.  They sing "The Impossible Dream" (the finale song from the 20-1).  Also on this date...new 20-1 dates appear on the website and via Instagram!  EEEEE!
  • June 4 -- According to a tweet, Clay attended a fundraiser for NC Theater.
  • June 9 -- An appearance on the Navarro-Miller podcast.
  • June 21 -- Clay emceed at the Equality PAC Pride Gala, held at Union Station's East Hall in Washington, DC.
  • September 19 -- Clay and Ruben do a radio interview on The Carney Show (KTRS, St. Louis).
  • September 23 -- 20-1 at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center (Arcardia, CA).
  • September 29 -- 20-1 at the Arts Commons (Calgary, Alberta, Canada).
  • September 30 -- 20-1 at the River Cree Casino & Resort (Enoch, Alberta, Canada).
  • October 4 -- 20-1 at the Alaska Airline Center (Anchorage, AK).
  • October 7 -- The 20th Anniversary National Inclusion Project Gala.
  • October 8 -- 20-1 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center (Nashville, TN).
  • October 9 -- 20-1 at Memorial Hall (Cincinnati, OH).
  • October 10 -- 20-1 at the Otis A. Singletary Center for the Arts (Lexington, KY).
  • October 11 -- 20-1 at the Marion Cultural and Civic Center (Marion, IL).
  • October 16 -- 20-1 at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts (San Antonio, TX).
  • October 18 -- 20-1 at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center (Midland, TX).
  • October 19 -- 20-1 at the Celebrity Theatre (Phoenix, AZ).
  • October 20 -- 20-1 at the Fox Tucson Theatre (Tucson, AZ).
  • October 22 -- 20-1 at the McCain Auditorium (Manhattan, KS).
  • October 23 -- 20-1 at the Uptown Theater (Kansas City, MO).
  • October 24 -- 20-1 at the Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts (Springfield, MO).
  • October 25 -- 20-1 at the Pulaski Technical College The Center for Humanities and Arts (North Little Rock, AR).
  • October 27 -- 20-1 at the Family Arena (St. Charles, MO).
  • October 28 -- 20-1 at the Astro Theater and Ampitheater (La Vista, NE).
  • October 29 -- 20-1 at the Hutchinson Fox Theatre (Hutchinson, KS).
  • October 31 -- 20-1 at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center (Rapid City, SD).
  • November 1 -- 20-1 at the Alberta Bair Theater (Billings, MT).
  • November 3 -- 20-1 at the Shoshone Bannock Hotel (Fort Hall, ID).
  • November 4 -- 20-1 at the Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort (Suquamish, WA).
  • November 5 -- 20-1 at the Northern Quest Resort & Casino (Airway Heights, WA).
  • November 6 -- 201- at Portland'5 Centers for the Arts (Portland, OR).
  • November 7 -- 20-1 at the Craterian Theater at the Collier Center for the Performing Arts (Medford, OR).
  • November 10 -- 20-1 at the Harris Center (Folsom, CA).
  • November 16 -- 20-1 at the Gallo Center for the Arts (Modesto, CA).
  • November 17 -- 20-1 at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts (Cerritos, CA).
  • November 18 -- 20-1 at the McCallum Theatre (Palm Desert, CA).
  • November 19 -- 20-1 at the Sycuan Casino Resort (El Cajon, CA).
  • December 14 -- Holiday Pops with the Naples (Florida) Philharmonic.
  • December 15 -- Holiday Pops with the Naples Philharmonic.
  • December 16 -- 2 shows (afternoon and evening) of the Holiday Pops with the Naples Philharmonic.
  • December 17 -- A final Holiday Pops with the Naples Philharmonic.

 

More dates for 20-1 into January and February!

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