Kara Clark brings a new soulful energy to music. Her style and talent is just what country music needs, says Edwin McCain. Her performance at the House of Blues in Los Angeles captured by AP.
Nashville, Tennessee (PRWEB) June 08, 2011
While on a mini-tour in the LA area, Nashville Alt-Country/Rock artist, Kara Clark debuted at The House of Blues Foundation Room (Sunset Strip) on Friday, May 20, 2011. Her loyal fans, called "Sinners," filled the house and were treated to a roaring set that included a special guest appearance by Eerie Von (Samhain / Danzig). Photographs taken by Robert Kenney are available from the Associated Press, Splash News, and Corbis Images. Acclaimed music portrait photographer, Anthony Scarlati ( http://www.scarlati.net), also captured the show and provided the image above of Eerie and Kara.
Passionate about giving back to the community, Kara Clark donated a percentage of the proceeds from the evening’s performance to the House of Blues Foundation ( http://www.ihobf.org), supporting music and arts education for underprivileged children. Kara has also been a long-time supporter of The West Memphis Three and was honored to have several LA chapter members attend the performance.
With influences as varied as Hank III to Shelby Lynne to Uncle Tupelo, Kara Clark was once described by a fan as "a twisted orgy of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Janis Joplin, and Guns and Roses." Edwin McCain says, "Kara Clark brings a new soulful energy to music. Her style and talent is just what country music needs."
Just announced, Kenny Olson (Kid Rock) will be producing Kara's next project, "Southern Hospitality," with an EP this summer and full album release in the fall. Toby Wright (Alice in Chains, Metallica, Sevendust, Korn) will act as a production consultant and engineer. "I think people are ready to hear a different type of country music," says Clark. Her fans couldn't agree with her more.
For more information about the Kara Clark Band, please visit http://www.karaclark.com
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