Clark Reid set country music on it's axis in New Zealand's South Island in 1999 with the release of his first album "Give My Regards To Nashville". Five singles off the album made the top ten of 88CountryFm's listener voted weekly countdown and the unique remake of "Country Roads" went to #1 and was voted to be the first country song played on commercial radio anywhere in the world for the new millennium. The album was nominated for APRA Country Album of the Year and "Hank'd Be SMiling Here Tonight" gained second place in the MLT New Zealand Country Music Songwriting Awards. The album and Clark received nominations for "Album of the Year" and "Male Vocalist of the Year" from the Nashville Based Online Country Music Awards. Clark took his "Country Superband" on the road to bars, clubs, rodeo's and festivals, the results were spectacular. Clark was invited to perform with Trevor Stevens at the 2008 Hokianga Country Music Festival and so the the journey continues..., Clark is now back and, as always, kicking ass and taking no prisoners. Use this page to find out more about this exciting "breath of fresh air" for New Zealand Country Music and to keep pace with the career of the "Downunder Outlaw".