Clay Aiken   A Conversation with Lyman Aldrich

Lyman D. Aldrich is the Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Memphis in May International Festival. The Memphis in May International Festival began in 1976 as a way to bring international business to Memphis and encourage a rebirth in downtown among Memphians. Tom Prestigiacomo hosts the interview.

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Clay Aiken  

A Conversation with Clay Aiken

WKNO Producer Pierre Kimsey talks with singer Clay Aiken. The North Carolina native was beginning a career as an educator working with special-needs children when he took an opportunity to audition for the TV show American Idol, then in its second season. His life was transformed as a finalist, and he has emerged as one of the most successful singers to have been launched by the show. Aiken has used his celebrity on behalf of the international charity UNICEF and has traveled to Somalia, Afganistan and other countries where children have been impacted by war. In this half-hour conversation, Aiken talks with Kimsey about performing, sudden fame, family, UNICEF and more.

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A Conversation with Vincent Astor

Pierre Kimsey talks with native Memphian, local historian, and actor Vincent Astor about his recently published Memphis Movie Theatres, part of the Images of America historical book series.

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