Highlight # 6 – The Alive with Clive Top 20 Music Videos

Hello Friends:

This is the fifth of ten Blog posts I’m devoting to counting down The Top 10 Alive with Clive Highlights of 2011.  In this Blog post, I discuss Highlight # 6 – The Alive with Clive Top 20 Music Videos.

Music videos have been with us for about the last 30 years. For as long as I can remember, because I appreciate the creativity and self-expression on display in them as well as the music, I have always enjoyed watching them.  Furthermore, while I hardly ever watch television even though I am the Host and Producer of Alive with Clive, the one show I like to watch every week is VH1 Top 20 Videos.

During 2011, I began to notice that singer/songwriters I’ve interviewed on Alive with Clive were releasing music videos.

Then in August of 2011, Cassandra Kubinski, who has been interviewed on Alive with Clive more times than any other singer/songwriter, released two new music videos on the same day.  One was for her song, “Just Being Myself,” and the other was for her song, “Windblown Girl.”   These two music videos followed the earlier release of her music video for “Textual Healing,” her humorous, creative and “revealing” version of Marvin Gaye’s hit song, “Sexual Healing.”

Fueled by inspiration from Cassandra, I decided to set up a Page on my Blog to feature the music videos created by singer/songwriters who’ve been guests on Alive with Clive, and made an announcement about this Page in a Blog post you’ll see when you click hereTo see the Page for The Alive with Clive Top 20 Music Videos, click here.

I’ve just updated the Page to include the colorful and kaleidoscopic music video for the song, “Let’s Go,” by Madi Diaz, a fan favorite on The Alive with Clive TV Channel on YouTube, which you’ll find when you click here, as well as the moving, heartwarming, and poignant music video for the song, “Hero,” by Annie Fitzgerald.

Since Irena Hart is the highest-ranking singer/songwriter with a music video, and currently holds the # 2 spot, in The Alive with Clive Top 20, her music video for her song, “Heart Strings,” is the # 1 video on The Alive with Clive Top 20 Music Videos Chart:

"Heart Strings" by Irena Hart

"Heart Strings" by Irena Hart

As mentioned in the Blog post with the announcement, initially more than twenty music videos will be featured on this Page, but I anticipate that over time, as more videos are produced by singer/songwriters who have been interviewed on Alive with Clive, only the Top 20 will be featured.  And where a singer/songwriter has released more than one video, in all likelihood the one with the most views on YouTubewill be featured.

In time, it’s possible that I’ll create a contest to find the most popular music video from a singer/songwriter who has been interviewed on Alive with Clive.

For now, head on over to the Page on my Blog with The Alive with Clive Top 20 Music Videos and enjoy the videos you’ll see when you click here.

Best regards.

Clive

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I am the Host and Producer of Alive with Clive -- The TV Show That Inspires You To Multiply Your Magnificence! I am also the Creator of The Alive with Clive Top 20, which consists of singer/songwriters I have interviewed on Alive with Clive who've received the votes necessary to be included in The Alive with Clive Top 20. A song from each singer/songwriter in The Alive with Clive Top 20 in August, 2009, has been included on the first of a series of compilation CDs being used to raise at least a billion dollars for people affected by HIV/AIDS in South Africa, where I was born. For more information about Alive with Clive and The Alive with Clive Top 20, go to http://www.alivewithclive.tv. To see video clips of musicians who have performed on Alive with Clive, go to http://www.youtube.com/high5clive
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