Gary Clark Jr. continues to take the world by storm with his buzzing guitar sound and soulful voice, making his presence known well beyond the blues community that gave him his start. The Texas-based singer pours emotion into every performance — whether he's shredding out a solo on his electric or filling the room with hits like "Bright Lights" and "When My Train Pulls In," Gary Clark Jr. knows how to work a crowd. He's played alongside greats like Eric Clapton and Mick Jagger and counts some of rock and roll's greatest legends among his fans – The Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney included. Clark's upcoming tour is sure to earn him even more fans as he shares his hit-filled sets with fans around the world.
Gary Clark Jr. started out playing gigs at local dives along Austin’s Sixth Street with his sister under the name Gary and Eve, honing a talent that landed him on tour straight out of high school with guitar legend Jimmie Vaughan. Since then, he's played alongside Buddy Guy, John Mayer, and ZZ Top on the 2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival and delighted audiences with his electrifying performance at 2011's Bonnaroo Music Festival in Tennessee. Clark Jr. released his major label debut Blak and Blu in 2012, a genre-bending album that earned him a Grammy for Best Traditional R&B Performance for "Please Come Home." Back on the road, Gary Clark Jr. won't disappoint as he tears up the stage on his upcoming tour.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"This show was amazing! It has been a long time since I have seen this kind of talent and I wouldn't hesitate to see Gary Clark Jr. again!"
"His guitar playing touched my soul and lifted me higher. This is what good music feels like."
"Gary Clark, Jr. is the second coming of Hendrix. Hands down, he's the best bluesman out there today. His studio albums don't even compare to his live shows."