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Zac Clark

Why T&S Likes him » Zac almost sounds like an acoustic pop-punk-rocker who’s been subjected to make music with anything but guitars. You may then be tempted to file him under “emo” but Zac plays with an uplifting energy that leaves you feeling more like rays of sunshine than razor blades. His voice is smooth, his songwriting solid & dynamic, and his sound is actually really catchy without sounding like the overly processed pop-punk that saturated radio and MTV in 2003-04. You can stream his EP “Ellipsis” from CD Baby here. T&S’s favorite track is “On My Way” (the first one). Check it out!

The Official Word » “...a top-flight pop-rock piano player, and a young one to boot. ...“Faking Amnesia” is a vibrant, mature effort with provocative lyrics (“I keep this roman candle burning/Both ends dipped in gasoline/Because I’m all about routine”) and completely hummable tunes. (Brent Hallenbeck - Burlington Free Press)”

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