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Kara Clark

Kara Clark

Artist: Kara Clark

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3. Buy Digitally from Recordstoreday.com

Digital Album: $9.99
DISK: 1

1. Relapse
2. Lonely
3. Memory Loss
4. Preacher's Hands
5. The Devil Don't Cry
6. Southern Hospitality
7. Living Proof
8. I'm Not Country
9. Kill Me
10. Whiskey and Cigarettes
11. 1925
12. I'm Not Lisa

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Rusty Knuckles
Rel. Date: 07/09/2013
UPC: 610370913031

More Info:

Unconventional and unconstrained, Nashville's Kara Clark hits hard with her badass, old-country-rockin sound. When asked to describe her genre of music, Clark either flips the bird with a loving smile or quotes her favorite description from a fan: a twisted orgy of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Janis Joplin, and Guns & Roses. Her old-country lyrics and genre-bending country-rock sound are a woven tapestry of troubled times, hidden passion, haunting ghosts, hope, hypocrisy, empowerment, and gritty, gut-checking truth.

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