Paul Clark is an American singer, songwriter, guitarist, licensed clinical social worker, and mental health advocate originally from Middlebury, CT.
Paul's musical style is a blend of folk, rock, Americana, and alternative-pop. As a self-taught guitarist, Clark, credits Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir from The Grateful Dead as his inspiration for picking up the guitar and for holding his hand down the pathway to becoming a singer/songwriter. Elements of The Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens, Bruce Hornsby, Phish, Michael Franti, Jack Johnson, and Ben Harper can all be heard in Clark's laid back melodies, colorful lyrics, and positive energy.
With the belief in the amazing healing power of music as a driving force behind Clark's creative spirit, there is an essence of well being that accompanies his body of work as a singer/songwriter
All of us have been touched by mental illness in some way and all of us have been touched by music. Mental illness has the power to profoundly change lives and music has the amazing power to heal.
Is to raise mental health awareness by utilizing creative expression through music, chapter, song, and verse in a way that continues the dialogue about living with mental illness, and striving to live happier and healthier lives for all.