After a bit of a hiatus, Clay Aiken is back.
The American Idol runner-up is releasing his seventh studio album Steadfast March 27th, which will feature selected cuts from 2010's release Tried and True, along with a newly recorded, original single, Bring Back My Love. The new album will also feature covers, including Neil Sedaka's Breaking Up is Hard to Do, and Connie Francis' Who's Sorry Now.
"These musical gems have stood the test of time, and I am incredibly proud and privileged to have had the opportunity to make them my own," Aiken says. "I stand by this recording 'steadfastly,' which is why I chose the title and how I feel about moving forward in my career in general – being focused and steadfast."
Aiken will also be back on television soon as a contestant on the new season of The Celebrity Apprentice, premiering February 19th on NBC.
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