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Clay Aiken: Tried And True Live

Airs Thursday, August 5, 2010 at 8 p.m. on KPBS TV

Promotional photo of Clay Aiken standing outdoors, dressed in a black suit. C...

Credit: Courtesy of Vincent Soyez

Above: Promotional photo of Clay Aiken standing outdoors, dressed in a black suit. Chart-topping “American Idol” vocalist Clay Aiken brings his clarion voice and personal interpretations to new arrangements of iconic songs.

Chart-topping “American Idol” vocalist Clay Aiken brings his clarion voice and personal interpretations to new arrangements of iconic songs, including “Mack the Knife,” “It’s Impossible,” “Moon River,” “Misty,” “Unchained Melody” and a duet with Broadway star Linda Eder on Roy Orbison’s classic lament “Crying.”

Fellow “American Idol” star Ruben Studdard guest stars. Taped in Aiken's hometown, Raleigh, North Carolina, before a wildly enthusiastic audience, Aiken brings his powerful vocals and uniquely personal interpretations to new arrangements of some of the most iconic songs ever written.

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Preview: Clay Aiken: Tried And True Live

Chart-topping “American Idol” vocalist Clay Aiken brings his clarion voice and personal interpretations to new arrangements of iconic songs, including “Mack the Knife,” “It’s Impossible,” “Moon River,” “Misty,” “Unchained Melody” and a duet with Broadway star Linda Eder on Roy Orbison’s classic lament “Crying.”

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