John Clark

John Clark grew up in a small town in Ohio, attended college in Illinois and graduate school north of Boston. In the eighties he worked on the fringes of the music business in Nashville. Moving to Atlanta in 1992, he worked for Score Productions, compiling music and writing liner notes for the boxed set, History of Brunswick Records and a CD for the 1996 Cultural Olympiad called Celebrate Africa. He taught adult education for twenty years for Emory University and Mercer University, creating classes on Bob Dylan, 50s, 60s and American Roots music and a series called Lyrics as Literature as well as guest hosting on several Atlanta radio stations. He also lectures on American music history at senior residences, synagogues and libraries and has guest hosted on the MIT radio station, WMBR. John boasts a combined record and CD collection of over 8,000 recordings.

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