The actor and singer is on tour to support a new album, “Love Left 2: Arm Me With Love,” which features a viral hit “Comeback King.” His version of “Cry Little Sister” has also become popular on social media.
Meanwhile, the once controversial Clay ―who used to sell out arenas across the country in the early 1990s ― is performing Feb. 25 and 26 next year at Midtown’s Laughing Skull Lounge, which has a capacity of 74 seats.
Clay, whose show can be super dirty, is doing these two shows at a premium for true hardcore fans who want to see him in an intimate setting.
Tickets start at $650 at freshtix.com and include a commemorative T-shirt to prove you were there.
This is the priciest show Laughing Skull has ever charged. Laughing Skull owner Marshall Chiles said this is an experiment for Clay, who normally does 3,000 to 5,000-seat theaters now.
“He’s a really nice guy,” Chiles said. “Super fans will fly in to experience this.”
In recent years, Clay appeared on “Celebrity Apprentice” and played himself in the series “Dice” on Showtime in 2016-17. And he has nabbed roles in Hulu’s “Pam & Tommy” and the film “A Star is Born.”
Rodney Ho writes about entertainment for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution including TV, radio, film, comedy and all things in between. A native New Yorker, he has covered education at The Virginian-Pilot, small business for The Wall Street Journal and a host of beats at the AJC over 20-plus years. He loves tennis, pop culture & seeing live events.