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  • 09.20.11

    Thanks to for profiling Gary Clark Jr.

    No gimmicks here, just an intense raw voice singing good ole rock and roll and blues. Gary Clark Jr. is making the world take notice with his countless Live performances (including one at Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival last year), and his EP 'The Bright Lights' released over the summer (stream it below). Let us know what you think! - L C-D

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  • 09.09.11

    Esquire Magazine writes about Gary Clark Jr’s Fashion Night Out performance: Okay, so we may not have exactly endorsed the teenagers-lining-up-for-free-drinks-in-the-corner that has become Fashion's Night Out, but that's not to say we don't like going out. And when it comes to Fashion Week parties, nobody does it quite like John Varvatos. There was the time Axl Rose sounded like Axl Rose again and played till what seemed like sunrise. There were the dueling ZZ Top-Alice Cooper sets last year. And on Thursday evening, there were The Roots. But before that there was Gary Clark Jr., the Austin-based 27-year-old gentlemen you see above, about whom our Austin-based music guy, Andy Langer, has been going on and on for a couple years now. That's because the kid's played on the same stage as Clapton, and because, when you listen to his new EP, you hear just as much Black Keys-level charge as just-another-blues-guitarist twang. They'll be more of that, he told The Style Blog after his set at the old CBGB, on his major-label debut next spring. "I've been pissing off my neighbors laying the foundation for this thing," he said. "Time to get away with as much as I can." And did we mention he can dress? "I'm usually a white t-shirt and Levi's kind of guy," Clark said. "But I get festive with the tank for a night like this." Now that we can endorse. See Photos and Read more here.

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  • 09.09.11

    Gus Griesinger with BackstageAxxess reviews Gary Clark Jr’s show at Club Infinity:

    “There are a lot of up and coming artists that you may hear about as the next big thing and it turns out they hit a certain plateau only to disappear into obscurity. Rest assured, this will not be the case for new fresh face of Gary Clark Jr. On August 25, 2011, at Stephen's Talkhouse, in Amagansett, NY, legends such as Roger Waters and Paul McCartney, and others like Jon Bon Jovi and Lorne Michaels (Saturday Night Live creator), came to this 160 capacity club to witness this new sensation. With less fanfare, Gary took the stage at Club Infinity in Williamsville, NY, to a comfortable crowd to whom he performed a 75 minute set comprised of covers and songs from his recently released EP called “Bright Lights.” The three (3) piece band consisted of Gary on lead guitar, Johnny Bradley on Bass and Johnny Radelat on drums.”

    Read the entire review including setlist and photos at

  • 09.09.11

    The Times-Picayune's music critic Keith Spera picks Gary Clark Jr., Trombone Shorty and the Carolina Chocolate Drops as the three music acts you should consider as this week's 'Three to See.'

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    Gary Clark Jr performs at the Parish Room in the House of Blues on Sunday the 11th. Tickets available at


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