Clark Beckham

Clark's killer vocals and profound music abilities as a multi-instrumentalist
has led him on a journey from busking on the streets to performing on
national television in front of millions of viewers. On American Idol, Clark's
soulful, bluesy voice outsold every other contestant combined on iTunes
and placed him as THE fan favorite and runner-up of the 2015 season.
Clark's live performances also dominated the top 10 most viewed videos
on American Idol's Youtube. Since Idol, Clark has performed with the
Nashville Symphony, written with Brian McKnight, been nominated for the
Teen Choice award for Music’s Next Big Thing, opened on tour for Jon
Bellion, and signed with Quincy Jones.
Clark most recently released his EP “Year One”, which debuted at #6 on
iTunes Alternative. His highly-awaited EP includes, “Must Be Hard Being
You”, which was a collaboration with The Shadowboxers, and “I Need”,
which was produced by Steve Jordan and features John Mayer's all-star
band: Steve Jordan on drums, Pino Palladino on bass, and Isaiah Sharkey
on guitar, with horn arrangements by Jerry Hey and Keyon Harrold.
We will continue to see refreshing new music from Clark that will be highly
regarded and binge-worthy, making his music one for the passionate
connoisseurs of music. Catch Clark’s captivating performances on his
debut headline tour this fall at

DAANI is a surprise one, two musical power punch that gently grazes you with the most alluring right hook. With influences ranging from Stevie Wonder to Carmen MacRae, combined with the 90’s power combo of Celine and Mariah, rounded off with modern day sensibilities akin to Sia and Jessie Ware, she has created her own distinctive musical melange. Her sound is a refreshing mix of understated pop with a subtle intensity, revealing colorful lyrics that span sadness to humor, strength to vulnerability while always being inspired from a strong sense of self that desires to experience more.

“At the heart of everything I do or say or create, I want authenticity to be at the heart of it. With all forms of social media, it can be so easy to slip into a state of self-questioning because you think you should be more, do more, look more, say more; and it all stems from people not being comfortable enough to share their true selves. I want people to feel like we could have a conversation and hang out together instead of looking at some mysterious/over sexualized photo and A)see though it, or B) feel a disconnection. There’s so much hardship in the world and one of the few, pure things we have, for free, is genuine human interaction, and I really value that. In music, in relationships, in the energy we put out into the world."

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