Artist Interview: Stacy Clark

When we interviewed our good friend Andrew Ripp we were interested to know who he was listening to.  He shared the music of Stacy Clark with us and we have been hooked ever since.  Clark’s 2007 release, Apples & Oranges, is an interesting experiment that combines folk and elements of electronic.  There are moments on this record when her tracks sound like a beautiful blending of Imogen Heap‘s style with Vanessa Carlton’s vocals.  Clark intrigued us so much that we knew we wanted to track her down for an interview.

Stacy ClarkWe recently caught up with Clark with the hopes of carving out a few minutes from her busy tour schedule.  We were treated to a stellar live performance followed up with some great conversations over dinner.  In addition to being a creative singer-songwriter, we discovered that she is also a savvy entrepreneur and giving philanthropist.  Her music is her passion and she has a plan all mapped out for herself.  Just recently, Clark and her band walked away with the “Best Pop Artist” award at the 2010 Orange County Music Awards.  Stacy Clark certainly has her head on straight and her sights are set on getting her music out there.

Thankfully, we will be able to get our hands on new music from Clark this summer when she releases Connect the Dots.  In the meantime, Apples & Oranges is an album that you need to get acquainted with.  Don’t be surprised if “Matter of Time” becomes your new favorite song.

KC’s Personal Picks: “Matter of Time”, “Closer” & “Hello Again”

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Kevin has a long history of discovering the best music out there. He started off as an event coordinator for a ton of different types of shows and slowly started to grow his musical interests over time. Maybe some of those interests included the Baja Men, maybe they didn't.

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