Christopher M Clark
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Christopher M Clark

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My life's experience as a professional working musicican.

I am presently 50 years young and started working as a professional (full time) musician at the age of 18 (1975).
At that time my primary instrument was drums and percussion and I worked for a year as a drummer in a progressive rock band called "Sky". Following this I worked the next two years as a drummer and lead vocalist with a rock band name "Hex". Both of these bands did limited work in southern ontario. My next gig was with a keyboard player named Michael Isbert in central Florida and included a date at Disney World, Orlando and tours of the southern states.

On returning to Canada in 1980 I put together a country rock act named "The Great Divide" that worked throughout Ontario and western Quebec for the next 4 years. About this time I felt that as a drummer I was limited to the musical expression I wanted to present and at this time I had developed my skills as a guitar player and keyboard player and that coupled with my vocals allowed me to step forward as a frontman and lead singer.

In 1984 I joined an already existing and highly successful country rock band named "Burgundy Rose" and once again toured extensively from coast to coast, culminating in an album release called "Seven Wonders" (on Empire Records) in November 1985.

In Spring 1986 I set about changing musical styles and formed an R&B and Blues band called "The Legendary Groove Daddies" that featured 50% original material. In 1990 this band was reformed with the addition of a horn section and renamed "The Sensations" and I remained the bands frontman until my departure in 2002. I left "The Sensations" for the sole purpose of creating and writing my own musical style and repertoire using all of my past musical genres to create an original and exiting new sound. I am steadfast in my resolve to record this material and I will do what is necessary to present this music to John Q Public, and I am confident in it's potential appeal.

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