Growing up as the son of a successful Beatles impersonator, Clark was hooked from an early age and had seen and met the likes of Carl Perkins, Gerry Marsden, The Merseybeats, The Searchers and the Swinging Blue Jeans before even learning to play the guitar.
The first song he learnt was Buddy Holly’s ‘Oh Boy’ and his first gig was performing ‘Maxwell’s Silver Hammer’ on a bill that featured Jet Harris of the Shadows.
Becoming a Beatles Tribute artist was an inevitable lifelong ambition and after the dissolution of his own band in 2009, Clark initiated the steps to find likeminded mop tops.
Clark grew up in the south of England, Germany and the USA with his 5 sisters. He graduated from the University of Glasgow with a Master of Arts in Theology and Religious Studies but his only religions are The Beatles and Liverpool Football Club.