Stacy Clark
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Stacy Clark

Band Pop Singer/Songwriter

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Unusual EP 2006
Apples & Oranges 2007
Connect The Dots 2010
Patterns EP 2011

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Buffalo born, Southern California-based singer, songwriter, and musician is an exciting artist to watch on the indie-pop music scene. Clark’s charmingly idiosyncratic voice and heartfelt lyrics have been featured on The CW’s One Tree Hill, MTV’s The Hills, The Buried Life, My Super Sixteen, Exiled and Engaged & Underage, Showtime's The Real L Word, E!s Keeping Up With The Kardashian's, CBS’s Girlfriends, ABC’s Make It Or Break It and Samurai Girl, Bravo’s The Rachel Zoe Project, and VH-1’s The Price of Beauty. After relentless touring Clark got a break landing the Bell Palm Pre national Canadian cell phone commercial with her song “Touch & Go”. In 2011, Clark signed to Vanguard Records. Her song “White Lies” was chosen by iTunes as the Single of the Week propelling her to No. 7 on the iTunes charts (just past Lady Gaga) making her record Connect the Dots land on Amazons “Best Records of 2011”. She has since independently released Patterns. In 2011, Clark toured both nationally and internationally hitting the road for 150 days. This included playing residencies at the Hard Rock Cafe in Hollywood, The Cosmo in Las Vegas and at Tab in Singapore. She has opened for America, The Plain White Ts, Kate Nash, The Bird & Bee, Jacks Mannequin and Dick Dale. This summer she will be a featured singer/songwriter on XM Sirius 'The Loft' along with her music video “Signs” being featured on MTVU.

Over the past few years, she has also raised money for various charities including To Write Love On Her Arms, Habitat For Humanity, Children's Hospital of Orange County, and the ASPCA (in the process becoming the owner of a rescue dog), and has performed at variety of benefit concerts for The American Red Cross, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, The National Multiple Sclerosis Society and The Cystic Fibrosis Walk, to name a few.

“Having a career in music is everything I’ve ever wanted,” she says. “Nothing is more satisfying than writing a song and having someone listen and feel like they can relate,” Clark says. "My songs will outlive me and I hope they can make a difference in someone's life in the same way music has done for me.”