Although you might not have heard Clark's voice on the radio, you've certainly heard his songs. He wrote Jerry Jeff Walker's hits, "L.A. Freeway," and "Desperados Waiting for A Train." Both Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett covered his "Boats to Build." Lyle Lovett named an album for one of Clark's unrecorded gems, "Step Inside This House."
The easy-going, soft spoken Clark has just released his 17th CD, "Somedays The Song Writes You." And, it's a gem. I think it might be one of Clark's best efforts to date.
If you're a Clark fan, this is your chance ask him a question or two. I'm going to be talking to him Thursday and will be happy to ask any questions you might have.
Like, what was it like being best friends with Townes Van Zandt? What part did you play in the beginning of Lyle Lovett's career? How did you like the way "Cinco de Mayo" was Buffett-ized by the Head Parrothead himself? How did you come to write about Hemingway's whiskey?
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