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2003: The American Idol Tour
  • 40-City U.S. Tour (June - August 2003)
  • Two-month arena tour starring American Idol 2 finalists.

2004: The Independent Tour, co-headlining with Kelly Clarkson

  • 40-City U.S. Tour (February - April 2004)
  • Kelly and Clay opened and closed the concert on alternate dates. Each concert ended with a duet of "Open Arms".
  • The opening act was The Beu Sisters.

2004: The Not a Tour 2004 Summer Solo Tour

  • 50-City 2 hour U.S. Tour (July - September 2005)
  • The "2004 Summer Tour"'s official sponsor was Disney, marking their first sponsorship of a concert tour.
  • At each concert a video was shown that previewed Clay's performance of "Proud of Your Boy," which was included in Disney's DVD re-release of "Aladdin"; the video also featured the work of the DisneyHand and Bubel-Aiken Foundation charities.
  • Opening acts were Cherie for the first half of the tour and Ben Jelen for the second half.

2004: The Joyful Noise Tour

  • 28-City Holiday concert 2 hour concert (November - December 2004)
  • Featured 30 piece orchestras as well as both adult and children's choirs invited from each host city
  • The "Joyful Noise Tour"'s official sponsor was Ronald McDonald House Charities.

2005: The JukeBox Tour

  • 26-City tour of cities mostly in the eastern U.S. and Toronto (July - September 2005)
  • 2 1/2 hour show including music from each decade from the 50's to the 2000's, including some current and future releases planned by Clay.
  • Over 70 songs were included in this concert, some incorporated as medleys from each decade.
  • There was no opening act; however, each of the 3 backup singers contributed a solo and some spotlight segments to the concert.

2005: The Joyful Noise 2005 Tour

  • 36-City, 40-Concert U.S. and Canada tour (November - December 2005)
  • The concert featured a traveling cast of actors, singers, and dancers, as well as a supporting cast recruited from each host city, to provide the theatrical component that threaded together the musical performances.
  • The opening act and contributing musician was pop-classical pianist William Joseph

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