Friday, April 29, 2011

Kara Clark in West Hollywood May 20

Nashville Alt-Country/Rock artist, Kara Clark will be making her Los Angeles debut at The House of Blues Foundation Room (Sunset Strip) on Friday, May 20th (details below). With influences as varied as Hank3 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."

Unconventional and unconstrained by other's opinions, Kara Clark refuses to try to fit a mold.

"...People love me for who I am," says Clark, "I've been an indie all my life!"

The raven-haired, tattooed beauty is someone who is in full control of her music and when her tough brand of alt-country takes the stage, people listen. She has an attention-grabbing voice and the character to back it up while her West Virginia storytelling style delivers by weaving together elements of troubled times, hidden passion, haunting ghosts, hyposcrisy, empowerment and the gritty storied truth. Kara Clark's first album, Sinnin' was released in 2009 and gets the audience wanting more.

After touring California and the southeast this spring/summer, Clark will head into studio with Kenny Olson (Kid Rock) producing her next project, "Southern Hospitality" due out this fall. Toby Wright (s Alice in Chains, Metallica, Sevendust, Korn) will act as a consultant.

"I think people are ready to hear a different type of country music", says Clark. We couldn't agree with her more.

Catch Kara Clark Live!
House of Blues - Foundation Room
8430 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood
Friday, May 20th, 2011
Doors 7:30 p.m.
Concert Starts 9:00 p.m.
W/ Merle Jagger
General Admission Tickets - $6.50
Admission to show, plus signed EP

VIP Admission - $9.50
Admission to show, plus signed EP and exclusive Meet and Greet with Kara Clark

Sinner's Club - $17.50
Admission to show, plus signed EP, T-shirt, and exclusive Meet and Greet with Kara Clark

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