Singer-songwriter Jeremiah Clark was born and raised in a small town outside of Memphis, TN. Country, rock-n-roll, gospel and soul brought about a sound in him that’s organic, refreshing and vocally-driven. Likened to acts such as Jason Mraz and Carrie Underwood, Jeremiah has toured the nation playing over 500 shows for audiences as large as 10,000 people. His current single, “Ten Feet Tall on Tequila,” can be heard on SiriusXM Radio, as well as radio stations across the US. Now based out of the Los Angeles area, Jeremiah Clark is a name you’ll want to remember with a voice you’ll never forget.
Twenty years in the making, Jeremiah Clark’s music career began in a small town outside of Memphis, TN. It was a passion passed down by his Southern Baptist family, and, following in their footsteps, he released a Christian album at the age of 16. That same year, Jeremiah came out as a gay man, and then everything changed.
After leaving the church, this young pioneer’s journey led him to study voice in college, move to Nashville and pursue mainstream music. It wasn’t long before Clark was performing for thousands of people, sharing the stage with Stella Parton, Matt Alber and Tom Goss, but he wouldn’t stop there.
In 2012, Jeremiah Clark headed to the west coast to fulfill his dream of opening an independent label, Mariposa Records Group, along with Fifth & Madison Publishing. The company’s first single, “Ten Feet Tall on Tequila,” quickly made its way to SiriusXM’s The Highway, as well as the national airwaves.
With over 500 shows across the nation, this road warrior continues to share his music live, both in person and during online shows. A new album will be dropping in 2019, so make sure to visit jeremiahclarkmusic.com for updates.