Damon K. Clark is a talented international vocalist and musician, who is renowned for his distinctly wide vocal range, lyrical sensitivity, sublime musical virtuosity, and versatile musical style. Clark effortlessly writes compositions that encompass the full range of R&B, Jazz, Neo-Soul, Pop, Folk, and other genres. He has been praised by numerous publications, such as the New York Times, DMagazine, Dallas Observer, and Modern Luxury Magazine for his dynamic vocal ability.
Clark’s multi-faceted roster of experiences also includes opening for multi-Grammy award nominee and one-time winner Paula Cole. He has also opened for award winning writer and standup comedian, Jen Kirkman and only recently finished a tour of Central and South America.
With his mesmerizing new tracks, “Random Lover”, which dropped on November 22nd, 2021, and “Holy” which released on February 21st, 2022, the stunning artist remains on an upward journey of achieving his professional goals. He plans to release more original compositions, culminating with an EP soon enough, displaying his musical prowess and characteristic genre-bending range.
Winner of the 2022 InterContinental Music Awards for the North American division, Damon K. Clark also holds the privilege of being a soloist and co-music director for a multi-arts organizational fundraiser for the 30th anniversary of the HIV/AIDS crisis at the prestigious Winspear Opera House in Dallas, Texas. The artist was also nominated for a Dallas Observer Music Award for best Jazz Vocalist two years in a row.
He has also performed multiple times with Tony Award winning actor, Cedric Neal, and Metropolitan Competition-winning, The Voice contestant, and opera singer, John Holiday, his friend and colleague, Grammy and Stellar Award-winning vocalist, Andrea Wallace. He has also sharing the stage several times with vocalist and pianist, Caleb McCampbell. Among other fantastic accolades, Caleb McCampbell is renowned for co-writing musical icon Beyoncé's single, "The Best Thing I Never Had".
As the angelic vocalist Damon K. Clark sings K.D. Lang’s “Wash Me Clean” - Brian Seibert, New York Times
There’s always a fresh amalgamation of style in Damon K Clark’s releases; with his latest single, Random Lover, he infused RnB, pop, and neo-soul into the ultimate moving on single. The cinematic release proves just how well-established Clark is as a composer and arranger; from the verse, you’re hooked in by the scorned yet searching for something better narrative as the sultry beats do more than set the mood and tone.
Rebound hookups may not be the most romantic things in the world but Clark more than makes them more than so in Random Lover. It drips with elevated elegance.
Random Lover is now available to stream on all platforms, including SoundCloud. - A&R Factory
Hailing from the United States, Dallas artist Damon K. Clark released his single 'Random Lover' on 22 November. The production is very professionally done and since the day of release has attracted a lot of listeners who are delighted and recommend it to their friends. We have to admit that Damon K. Clark is a very interesting artist and you will definitely read the interview with a beating heart. 'Random Lover' is a track that will be remembered for a long time because of the well-chosen sounds and the pleasant timbre of the voice. - Lost in Transmission
First time listeners of Damon K. Clark will wonder: "Where the hell have you been all my life?” The Dallas singer’s virtuoso versatility is phenomenal. Puccini to Monk with the greatest of ease? Absolutely, and with a depth of musicality and artistry that makes every performance a revelation. - Modern Luxury Magazine
If you've been fortunate enough to attend one of Damon K. Clark's previous Kessler Theater performances, then you're already fully aware of his extraordinary talent and expertise. Every one of his shows brings a new element of surprise. - The Kessler Theatre
Damon K. Clark is a jaw-dropping talent, a gifted vocalist whose talents are near-unmatched locally. Jazz is his chosen realm and it's easy to understand why: Performing live before bare-bones jazz set-ups, his absurd range is given the front-and-center showcase it so ridiculously deserves. - Dallas Observer
You must hear jazz vocalist Damon K. Clark. He’s simply the most gifted male vocalist in DFW. Incredible. - D Magazine
Gifted Dallas-based jazz artist Damon K. Clark is a favorite of Kessler Theater audiences in Dallas, with his sophisticated arrangements, excellent choice of material, and absolutely stunning vocal skill set. - Jazz Corner
This was our first informal show. We didn't even have a stage, a marquee or a bar, but we had electricity, and we agreed to have the after-party for Wynton Marsalis' concert. At 10:30 p.m., nobody was there, but by midnight, every jazz cat in the city showed up with their instruments. When Damon K. Clark started singing at 1:30 a.m., I started tearing up because mentally it clicked that this was finally real. - Edwin Cabaniss, Owner of The Kessler Theatre