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Graeme Clark is best known as the bass player and songwriter in one of the UK's most successful bands, Wet Wet Wet. But what makes someone with this level of success continue to push themselves into new areas and put himself under the spotlight as a solo artist?
The answer is simple.
"I just needed an outlet for my creativity? Writing songs is something I've been doing for as long as I can remember. Wet Wet Wet were on sabbatical but my creativity kept on going"
- Graeme Clark 2013.
Good songs, performed in an intimate acoustic setting. Venues cherry picked as the perfect environment to listen to the wonderful eclectic styles of GC. It's a real chance to see Graeme where he thrives – performing to an audience he can see and hear.
The show revolves around Graeme's solo material and Wet Wet Wet's lengthy catalogue. With Iain Duff's piano and accordion and Graeme Duffin's guitars, the set creates exciting musical atmospheres giving some old classics a new and original twist.
People who know Graeme, Graeme and Iain from the previous tours over the last 2 years will know they are in for a treat. Sure, we all love the arena shows usually associated with Graeme but these are performances where there is a different kind of musical skill required.
As GC puts it:
“A songwriter is only as good as the songs he sings. The song will live or die by the interpretation.”
"Playing these songs stripped back to their bare essentials and showing them in a different light, it put me back in touch with what I loved about music - singing and performing."
It's difficult to argue with that.