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Adam Clark: Finding Your Sound, Authenticity & Streaming

This week we’re joined by singer/songwriter Adam Clark from Rochester, New York. Adam is an extremely hard working musician whose brand of pop/rock is both radio friendly and authentic. His music has been featured on PopMatters, The Vinyl District and PopWrapped.

Over the past couple of years Adam’s released numerous singles and has collaborated with YouTube star Kait Weston (on “Take Me”) and producer David Schuler (who has worked with P!nk and John Legend). In this interview we discuss authenticity and accessibility in music, and the advice Adam would offer for his fellow musicians.

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  • We learn Adam is an uncle, vinyl lover and cook
  • We hear how Adam has been working with producer David Schuler
  • The last few singles Adam has released have helped him to test his boundaries
  • We talk about the challenges of finding your sound, and the journey you can take as an artist
  • We discuss the balance of authenticity and accessibility in music
  • “I don’t really want to write a hit to write a hit – I want to say what I have to say” – Adam Clark, 2016
  • As artists we want people to understand us
  • We hear how Adam is going to be co-producing his next record
  • Adam tells us how he’s using streaming to promote his music, but doesn’t want it in the long-term picture
  • We hear how Adam’s plan is to release a new single every 3 months before working on an album


  • Don’t stop – success doesn’t happen overnight

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