Graeme Clark Plays Buxton Pavilion Arts Centre 20th Feb 2014
As the new year is now well under way, GC is delighted to be playing Buxton on 20th February.Click here to buy tickets.
It's a beautiful spot and GC is looking forward to the show along with ID & GD.
Solo Shows Announced for 2014
Graeme is delighted to announced a series of UK shows in May and June 2014.
Once again, the shows will be intimate and acoustic with key allies - Graeme Duffin on guitar and Iain Duff on accordion and piano- joining him on stage for all the shows.
As Graeme's career progresses, his loyal fans are seeing how his music develops, showing just what a talented musician he his. As ever, these shows will allow GC to sing new songs, play the now familiar GC favourites, and dip in and out of the past to play the music of Wet Wet Wet and some others!
Tickets are now on sale for all the shows. The venues and dates are listed on the dates page and you can click there to go direct to the ticket sales for each show.
Tickets are now on sale at all the venues which are listed on the dates page. Click here to see a list of the shows
Graeme Clark Confirms Mugdock Festival, Glasgow, November 2013
GC will play The Mugdock Festival on Saturday 9th November 2013. The venue at Mugdock is intimate and special as the festival goes from strength to strength.
"We're so pleased to play the last night of Mugdock and it's my final solo show before The Wets' Tour. It's a busy year and we'll be working hard to make this a special one."
Tickets will be on sale from 1st August and we'll update you with the details
Graeme Clark to play The Bull Theatre, Barnet. 27th July 2013
"I'm really excited to have found another venue that suits our music and, most importantly, I think our audience will like. The surroundings can make a big difference to the ejoyment of the evening for everyone."
Tickets are now available from the venue and from the GC Shop.
Latest News. GC Announces Launch Show for New Mini Album
In front of an invited audience of press, fans and friends, GC will give the first public performance of his new material at a special show in Bar Brel in Glasgow's West End on Wed 27th March.
Already everyone who has heard the new songs loves them. It's another step forwards for the man that is now carving out a name for himself and a singer and songwriter in his own right
If you would like to join Graeme at the show, get in touch through the CONTACTS page
Graeme Clark Catching Fire EP Released on 25th March
The wait is almost over. Graeme Clark has announced the release date for his brand new EP. This set of songs prove what his loyal followers already know - that Graeme's creative star is rising and that Catching Fire marks another stage in a solo career that's going from strength to strength
You can pre-order Catching Fire by clicking here. Your copy will be personally signed by Graeme and sent as soon as it's available
Graeme Clark Live Shows April and May 2013
Graeme has announced 4 shows to promote his forthcoming EP, Catching Fire. Graeme will visit Glasgow, Birmingham, Brighton and Belfast performing his acoustic set. As usual he will be joined on stage by Graeme Duffin - acoustic guitar, and Iain Duff on accordion and piano.
As audiences up and down the country testify, GC's acoustic set is quite special and something that's not to be missed.Click here to get details and tickets for Graeme Clark Live Shows
Graeme Clark's Brief Biography
After 20 years as a cornerstone of the highly successful Wet Wet Wet production and song-writing phenomenon - which saw a line of 30 hits including 3 number 1's over that period - you'd think that Graeme Clark would be ready to take it easy for a while. But, there always was much more to Graeme and to him, sitting around is quite simply an alien concept.
Over the past 7 years Graeme has been involved in a number of collaborative efforts writing songs and music for various people and projects as well as giving others the benefits of experience in the form of advice and direction.
Throughout this period there's been a growing recognition that he also wants to do his own thing. "Writing and producing for other people is always difficult. You have to try to fit into their way of thinking and of performing" he says.
No surprise then, that there's been a gradual but inevitable drift towards Graeme writing songs for his own use. This year sees Graeme recording and performing his own material - a collection of songs written with an eclectic mix of people he's come to know over the years - to audiences up and down the country.
Naturally, it's a world away from the arena sell-outs The Wets have flourished in. But it's an intimate environment that demands no less skill or talent. Either way, it keeps Graeme close to his first loves - writing songs and performing music in front of an audience.
Welcome to the world of GC.