NeuFutur Magazine Introduces Lawrence J. Clark

For over 20 years, Lawrence J. Clark has delighted audiences all across the United States, performing with folk/rock and blues bands in Maine, California, New Mexico, and Texas, and with his one-man show consisting of music, poetry, storytelling, and dramatic performances. A gifted and honored songwriter, his songs have been included on compilations published by MyTexasMusic.com, Texas Music Magazine, and the Houston Association of Acoustic Musicians (HAAM). As a transplanted “Maniac,” he is a member of both the Maine Songwriters Association and the Academy of Texas Music. He is also a member of ASCAP.

For more info on this project, or to find out how to book Lawrence for your church, festival, school or college, house concert, coffee house, or other venue, see: His Witness Music Page or lawrencejclark.com

Press Release: After earning respect on the Austin songwriter scene with his debut CD, “Beautiful” (American Mutt, 2001) and his sophomore effort, “New Horizon” (American Mutt, 2004) on which he was joined by Austin favorites Ruthie Foster, Chris Gage, Christine Albert, and others, Lawrence J. Clark is sure to please his growing fan base with his latest studio project, “Amazing!” (American Mutt, 2008).

CDBaby.com:

“Amazing harmonies complement the South Austin sound on a heartfelt mix of traditional and contemporary gospel favorites and originals.”

MyTexasMusic.com:

Lawrence J. Clark defines spiritual folk and wears it deservingly like a soft purple robe. Clark’s servant spirit shines through on this twelve-cut emblem of praise. If you are already a spiritual person, this disc will help you in your life’s affirmations through music. If not, what a great place to start.

Kathleen Hudson, Executive Director of the Texas Heritage Music Foundation:

Creative and interesting, this man will draw you into any song he sings. And he tells many stories.

Check out Clark at http://www.myspace.com/lawrencejclark .
The Collegian:

Lawrence J. Clark . . . [is] a modern day bard, able to sing songs, tell tales, and weave within his stories an in-depth knowledge which he freely passes on to those who will listen.

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