With a producer like Tim McGraw, how can you go wrong? It also doesn’t hurt that the country band, The Clark Family Experience, is comprised of six hunky-looking brothers ranging in age from 18 to 28.
You’ve got Alan, 28 (guitar, harmonica, and vocals); Aaron, 25 (upright electric bass and vocals); Adam, 23 (mandolin, electric guitar, and vocals); Ashley, 21 (fiddle and guitar); Andrew, 20 (drums and vocals); and Austin, 18 (dobro, lapslide guitar, keys and vocals). Poor Ashley… either someone really liked “Gone With The Wind” or else they just ran out of masculine names that began with an “A”…
Their self-titled second album should be hitting the shelves tomorrow. With the release of the first single off that album, “Going Away”, in April, anticipation for its release increased with a fever pitch. This was fueled largely by a huge, swooning teenage girl quotient.
In spite of that and from what I’ve been able to actually hear, they have a great country sound which has ranges from blues to bluegrass and even has a hint of gospel. The latter probably having to do with the fact that their parents were traveling ministers.
They’re definitely worth a listen-to… buh-bye!Powered by Sidelines