Jamie Clark to play two nights at Naggiar Vineyards
June 15, 2017
Live music Friday and Saturday night on the patio at Naggiar Vineyards will feature Jamie Clark.
"Music has been a constant in Clark's life since he was a small child growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area," his website states. "His natural gift emerged early at age 11, when inspired by his first crush, he wrote a song called 'What Do You Think When You Fall In Love.'
"He already knew that he was meant to fill the world with his music. Drawn to artists with "big voices", he would sit in his room for hours, singing along with the radio and dreaming of having the world's largest PA system so that the entire Bay Area could hear his voice."
Clark left home at 18, put himself through college majoring in sociology with a minor in psychology.
He led a cover band "Sharp Shooter" in the Bay Area, opening for arts like Eddie Money. He formed his first all-original band called "East Avenue Angel" specifically to raise money for charity. He was also instrumental in founding the "Northern California Center Starlight Program" for runaway youth.
Clark recorded his first album "11:11" in San Francisco and Chicago with band members from Journey and Santana. He later recorded songs in the studio with then band "Jamie Clark And The Refractors." And in 2006, he recorded his live album "The County Q Sessions" with Nashville, Tennessee band, "The Players".
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"Both his rapidly growing fan base and the music industry took notice," the website states. "Jamie then assembled a team of music industry veterans to work with him on his latest endeavor, "THIS WORLD."
Check out his website at http://www.jamieclarkmusic.com.
Music begins at 6 p.m. each night and will continue until 9 p.m. Naggiar Vineyards wines will be available for purchase by the glass and by the bottle. The Bistro will be open until 8:30 p.m.
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