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Joe Clark, guitar, county, rock

Joe Clark has been bringing his rock music to a wide variety of audiences for the past 15 years. Born and raised on the banks of the Kentucky River in Henry Co, KY, Joe's lyrics and captivating melodies reflect on his roots and life experiences and draw listeners from all backgrounds. His distinctive voice accompanied by melodic tones and heavy grooves will take you on an emotional journey that is never far from home. Influenced by old school rock 'n roll and drawing inspiration from artists such as Chris Knight, John Prine and Tom Petty, Joe is able to deliver a forthright powerful performance that will leave a lasting impression. After releasing his first album "Storyteller" and his single "It is what it is" in Spring of 2022, Clark, along with lead guitar player Justin Dwayne Chappell, have performed in venues, private events and festivals across Kentucky and beyond. Joe released a fully acoustic album "10 Years Too Late" in May of 2023 and introduced his sound to new regions across the Midwest. Joe performs solo, in a duo form or with full band, called JOE CLARK & THE PEACEMAKERS. His band fuses country and rock to create an innovative sound that has captured listeners across the globe. Ranging from songs describing daily hardships, love for family and home to songs about depression, failures and hurt, every listener will find one that speaks directly to them. Go check out Joe's new album Joe Clark & the Peacemakers "Live at Red Bicycle Hall" on all music streaming platforms now! Full band studio album is coming in spring 2024 - STAY TUNED !!

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"Some songwriters can make up stories for songs and tell them well enough to make you believe it. I’m just the opposite, I don’t do fairytales or make believe, I only know how to write about my life experiences, from my own point of view"

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