J R Clark

 The J R Clark Band have just released their latest single entitled "Two Zero Twenty" which is available for purchase on multiple platforms such as Apple Music/Itunes, Pandora, Spotify, Amazon Music, Youtube Music etc...The official video release for "Two Zero Twenty"  can be found on the bands web page/social media pages and youtube. 

The J R Clark Bands latest CD "Wishing Well" , which consisted of 9 original songs and 1 cover was recorded in late 2019 and was released in Feb. of 2020. As everyone knows, COVID-19 hit and the band,  like all in the entertainment industry we're not able to tour to promote the CD.  Currently things are opening up in 2021 and with the vaccine available we see the light at the tunnel and the band is currently getting many opportunities to perform and promote their latest efforts. 

This act, previously known as J R Clark and the All Star Blues Mob, has multiple albums out which can be found on most platforms that sell or stream music. The band name change is really just going back to the original band name. The musicians in the band still consist of  artists who have toured Nationally and Internationally. 

. This act consists of national talents Johnny B. Gayden -Alligator Records recording artist and bass player  for "Albert Collins and the Ice Breakers”. Johnny played  on the grammy winning album “Show Down” with Albert Collins, Robert Cray and Johnny Clyde Copeland. Johnny B. Gayden also has recorded with Johnny Winter , toured with Larry McCray and shared the stage with Stevie Ray Vaughn and George Thorogood to name a few. Drummer Randal Willis has worked with the likes of Artie Bluesboy White, Joe Joe Murray, Tyrone Davis and Mississippi Heat to name a few. Rounding out the lineup is Willie Styles on keys. Willie briefly toured with Robert Ward and is one of the premier and most sought out keyboard players in West Michigan.  J R Clark fronts the band on vocals and guitar. Learning slide guitar and showmanship from national touring artist Lil’ Ed Williams of Lil’Ed and the Blues Imperials whom he has toured with from time to time, J R is also a double threat on standard guitar. Melding a host influences such as, Michael Burks, Luther Allison, and Larry McCray, J R put’s out a big sound of house rockin’ blues, soul and southern rock of his own!

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