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Joe Clark
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Laura Cupit
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Dominque Favez & Tony Castell
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Gerry Fisher
Comron Fouladi
Chuck Goff
Doug "Dirt" Greenfield
Trey Henry
John Hiatt
Bones Hillman
Tyler Jackson
Josh Jaiman
Doug Johns
Ben Jordan
Tony King
Mark Kroos
Justin Kudding
Kai Kurosawa
Michael “Kim” Lesaca
Aaron Lewis
Steuart Liebig
Randy Lopez
Leo Lyons
Matt McKenzie
Stew McKinsey
Dennis Michaels
Maurilio Mina
Monte Montgomery
Rich Moore
Dante "D-Man" Nolen
Brian Patterson
Rory Pearse
Joe Pettengill
David Piggott
Kirk Powers
Chuck Rainey
Matt Roberts
Mark Robertson
Steve Rodby
Mike Scott
Chris Serafini
Alenjandro Serravalle
Kennan Shaw
Sam Sims
Kevin Smith
Robert "JJ" Smith
Michael Spriggs
Jon Squires
Daryl Stuermer
Donny Tesso
Dywane "MonoNeon" Thomas Jr.
Hank Van Sickle

Joe Clark
Joe Clark   
“Joe Clark is a natural, a gifted bassist who understands groove and how to make a song feel right from the bottom up.”

- Danny Morris, Professor, Berklee College of Music

Joe Clark’s musical voyage started at a very early age. As far back as memory serves, often in the backseat of his family’s station wagon, there was always a steady pulse of exceptional music on tap from the radio.

At age ten, Joe was given the gift of a bass and amplifier. By the age of 18, he had immersed himself in jazz, winning the Louis Armstrong Award. At the same time, he was performing in several genres, from Punk Rock to traditional Celtic music. About to graduate from High School, he knew a lifetime relationship with music was ahead of him.

Joe quickly delved into the local music scene shortly after. He was a founding member of much loved Michigan Indie Rock band, Those Transatlantics. Cutting his teeth on several recording sessions with the band and touring the East Coast, South, and Midwest. Those Transatlantics were featured on NPR’s World Café as well as finalists in the Scion Xpress Fest in 2005.

After leaving Those Transatlantics, he had the honor of performing with Robert Bradley’s Blackwater Surprise. RBBS led him across the country for 2 years. Sharing the stage with the likes of The Flaming Lips, Galactic, Leftover Salmon, Zappa Plays Zappa, Cake, Buckethead, and Trombone Shorty, it was then he committed to being successful as a sideman.

Landing in Boston, MA in the fall of 2009, Joe began studying Performance at the renown Berklee College of Music. During the next two years, he studied with Lincoln Goines, Danny Morris, and Anthony Vitti. Outside of school, Joe performed with likes of Dan Kaplan (NPR Acoustic Café, Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch), Boston Blues Luminary Peter Parcek, The Cavemen Go, as well as many Berklee Ensembles including the Music of James Brown directed by the great Kenwood Dennard. Highlights of his stint in Boston included playing all over the New England area, as well as a rare opportunity to perform the R&B classic, “The Chicken”, with Dennard, who had performed that same tune with the legendary Jaco Pastorius.

Joe is currently living in Michigan recording, teaching, and performing.

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