Kerry Patrick Clark is a singer, songwriter, storyteller, therapist, comedian, word painter, and masterful entertainer. Those who are lucky enough to catch him in concert, leave a different person. The range of the experience for many runs from laughter and lightness to depth and connection and the realization of a shared humanity. That’s the thread he weaves into every performance because it’s the center of who he is: he knows that being human means we want to laugh, we want to be thoughtful, we want to be nostalgic, we want to feel connected, we want to sink into our hearts and we want to feel the entire range of our emotions so that we can take our full selves back home and maybe even remember to be more present in our relationships.
Sounds lofty, right? Well, consider this. Music is truly a universal language, and science tells us that music heals. It helps us relax, it stimulates our senses, and its frequencies actually pierce our bodies, our minds and our hearts. Imagine what happens when we are being carefully led on a musical journey by an expert musician, an award-winning songwriter, and a beloved performer who’s transformed audiences all across the country. It’s a powerful, deeply personal, resonant experience. A gift.
Kerry is a blend of the practical and the visionary. And he’s a mixture of genres and time periods: today and yesterday, pop, folk, country, singer/songwriter, Americana. Mostly, he is solidly and quintessentially rooted in his own life experiences, which somehow magically deepen and reverberate through ours as well.