When Sheldon Clark isn’t on a stage, he’s packing up and driving to one. Hailing from South Carolina, his footprints make Sheldon an Americana whirlwind, bringing a fervent and candid voice to a classic sound. Performing alongside artists like Katie Basden and Kyle Cox, Sheldon has spent the last two years playing venues that stretch from lively Tennessean breweries to dark Brooklyn pubs, stopping at dozens of dives, basements, and taverns in between. His stark, personal lyrics tug on heartstrings and inspire innovation, cultivating a feeling only found on the open road with the windows down and the radio blaring. His sound stays true to those Southern roots —now flourishing in Nashville — and pays homage to Americana heavyweights like Dawes, Ryan Adams and Jason Isbell. You can find him strumming his acoustic on his porch in the heart of Hillsboro Village, writing new songs and planning the road for his next endeavor.
"Clark’s textured vocals and the swell and sway of the rocking song make it an incredibly easy listen"
-Christina Vinson, The Boot
"Old-fashioned rock instrumentals, gritty vocals, honest lyrics, and harmonies that are begging to be replicated at a backyard BBQ with all your friends."
-Savannah Davanzo, Elmore Magazine
"Clark’s stripped down style reminds me of Bonnie “Prince” Billy or Father John Misty. Tremendous."
-Phil King, Audio Fuzz
"Americana City Band,' a song that straddles the line between irony and honesty (in both lyrics and delivery) with a wonderfully earnest tongue-in-cheek look at the up-and-downs of the mythical overnight success."
-Will Hodge, Noisetrade