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The Kai Clark Band / Press

“High Moon Records will be re-releasing my father's album "Two Sides To Every Story" with the release date set to be sometime in June. This is great news as "Two Sides To Every Story" is one of the rarest Gene Clark albums to find on CD, or at all for that matter. This will be the first time it has been released on CD in almost 20 years!!! There will be a launch party on April 29th at the Roxy theatre in Los Angeles where I will be performing the album in its entirety with my band and also other Gene Clark gems. There will be some very special guests (some of who will be joining me on stage) at this event. Also performing will be remaining members of Love, performing their never released album "Black Beauty" album. Please go to my site to find more information and links.”

“Clark was represented by the band of his son Kai Clark, who played "Two Sides" straight through, and a reunion of the Gene Clark Group from 1966, whose set included the Byrds classics "Feel a Whole Lot Better" and "Eight Miles High." ”

“On April 29, High Moon Records will celebrate its label launch and upcoming release of Love's 1973 Black Beauty and Love's 1977 Two Sides To Every Story with a one-time-only concert at the Roxy in Los Angeles. During the concert, Clark's son Kai Clark and the Kai Clark Band will perform Two Sides in its entirety and a full set of Gene Clark songs, and the surviving members of the Love Black Beauty Band will perform never-before-heard live versions of songs from Arthur Lee's lost masterpiece Black Beauty. Special surprise guests will perform throughout the night and include the surviving members of the Gene Clark Group (Chip Douglas, Joel Larson and Bill Rinehart) who will reunite for the first time in over 40 years and be joined by Kai Clark, Tim Bluhm of The Mother Hips, Stephen Ehret of Wildflower and famed rock photographer Henry Diltz of Modern Folk Quartet. The event is hosted by Jim Ladd of KLOS and sponsored by LA Weekly and Music Connection. ”

“Clark was represented by the band of his son Kai Clark, who played "Two Sides" straight through, and a reunion of the Gene Clark Group from 1966, whose set included the Byrds classics "Feel a Whole Lot Better" and "Eight Miles High." ”

“Hello everyone!!! High Moon Records will be re-releasing my father's album "Two Sides To Every Story" with the release date set to be sometime in June. This is great news as "Two Sides To Every Story" is one of the rarest Gene Clark albums to find on CD, or at all for that matter. This will be the first time it has been released on CD in almost 20 years!!! There will be a launch party on April 29th at the Roxy theatre in Los Angeles where I will be performing the album in its entirety with my band and also other Gene Clark gems. There will be some very special guests (some of who will be joining me on stage) at this event. Also performing will be remaining members of Love, performing their never released album "Black Beauty" album. Please go to my site to find more information and links. ”

“Released in February 1977 after a tumultuous period in Gene Clark’s life in which he had lost largely everything including his family, career and (ostensibly) his sanity, Two Sides to Every Story has, for years, been the most elusive album of Clark’s catalog. Regarded as some of Clark’s “finest and most intimate recordings,” and what his son Kai describes as a “personal diary during this trying time in his life,” the new reissue of Two Sides on CD and vinyl includes bonus tracks, uncovered photographs and new liner notes by Clark biographer John Einerson. ”

“Kai talks about his career, his family, the reissue of Two Sides to Every Story, his recent performance of the album in its entirety -- and the impromptu reunion of the Gene Clark Group -- at the album release party in L.A., and the 20th anniversary of his dad's passing. I hope you enjoy it. ”

“Kai Clark and his band take pride in being professional musicians, bringing with them a high degree of integrity, honesty, and dedication to every show and public appearance.”