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James Ethan Clark & The Renegades make their first appearance in Sanford, NC at the renowned Temple Theatre for Tuesdays At The Temple on August 5, 2014. Doors open at 6pm for this 7pm show. General admission is $10. Call the Box Office at (919) 774-4155 or click attached link for tickets.
Saturday, July 5th @ The Chop Shop Adam Pitts / Kryss Dula / American Mannequins / Carson Hill / Follow Apollo / Revelus / Kick the Robot / The Business People / James Ethan Clark and The Renegades / Gnarly Charlies / Grown Up Avenger Stuff / The Quixote Project / Skytown Riot / Chasing Pedestrians / (i am) isis / Beitthemeans / Robert Johnson, Jr. / Perfect Mark / Something Clever
Representing the Southeast at North America's best music and arts fest, 2014 Canadian Music Week in Toronto, ON!
Join us March 15th for our Annual Irish Street party. The shenanigans will start at 11am and run through till 2am. There will be music inside The Pour House all day and on Blount Street! We will be adding additional bands to the lineup, so keep checking back often. The Blount Street Party will be FREE admission all day, so start making your plans now.
As part of the Millennium Music Conference, we will be on stage around 11PM, bring all your folks with you!!
Sounds Like: Ryan Adams, Cary Brothers, My Morning Jacket, Neil Young, Kings Of Leon
Label: Fallen Tree Publishing
Manager: Jeff Lynn
Bio: As a writer and performer, James Ethan Clark draws inspiration from an eclectic melting pot of genres ranging from progressive rock, folk and soul. Hailing from North Carolina, Clark released his debut record in April 2013. Since the release of “Southern Hotel”, Clark has gained a notable interna...See Full Bio
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"Artist-on-the-rise James Ethan Clark internationally released his freshman LP entitled “Southern Hotel” on Apr. 2. The young alternative folk-rock solo artist uses his soulful voice, guitar, piano and harmonica on the ten song debut album to prove that his new sound is play-worthy. The self-narrative of Clark’s life as a young man, many of his songs tell a tale of a brokenhearted boy coming into his own as strong-willed man. Hailing from North Carolina, Clark recorded the album, his first full-length recording, in Nashville with the help of a few guest artists." (Full Review Attached)