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Clinark-The Reggae Torch Live in London with The Mafia & Fluxy Band at Zigfrid Von Underbelly Wed 23 September 09

(September 18, 2009)


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Nurture Projects Music Presents:


Clinark-The Reggae Torch Live in London with The Mafia & Fluxy Band at Zigfrid Von Underbelly Wed 23 September 09

Clinark –The Reggae Torch wiil be performing live with The Mafia & Fluxy Band. North London based Reggae Singer; Clinark teams up with North London’s top reggae musicians and producers, Leroy ‘Mafia’ Heywood and his brother Dave ‘Fluxy’ Heywood. DJ Daddy Fridge from Lightning.FM will be hosting. The show also features 3 other new up and coming live bands at this great venue.


Wednesday 23rd September

Venue: Zigfrid Von Underbelly – Funky Bar & Restaurant

11 Hoxton Square, Shoreditch, London, UK, N1 6NU

Show starts 7.30pm to 11.00am Limited press passes available on request. Reserve Tickets £6.00 or £8 at the door. Call Juliet Edwards, Nurture Projects: 07908 122410/0208 8042367

It’s a rare performance of the original team that brought us one of the most outstanding reggae albums to be produced in the UK recently.  Clinark will be including tracks from the album ‘Journey To Foreign’ ‘Life in the Ghetto’ & new cover of the Jackson 5 hit ‘I’ll Be There. ’The single was recorded before Michael Jackson’s untimely death and is dedicated to him. The ‘Lovers Rock style single is available in shops now and on MP3 download from and from ITunes, Napster, and CD Baby, Amazon etc this month. The tracks are released under Clinark’s own label, Nurture Projects Music. Look out for the accompanying music video, due out shortly.  

About Clinark

Bermuda Born singer songwriter and producer, Clinark, currently resides in the UK and has formed his own Independent Record Company and Publishers, Nurture Projects Music.

Clinark’s Journey to Foreign Album released in the UK in 2009.

Clinark, often compared to Garnett Silk and said to have the stage presence of Bob Marley has recently released together this classic Roots, Culture and Lovers Rock album ‘Journey to Foreign’.  He collaborates on some of the songs with Richie Spice, Luciano, Maxi Priest, Kofi, Brinsley Forde (Aswad) and Irie Love, Troy Anthony, Fantan Mojah, Gramps & Peetah Morgan. Clinark said 'Wow, it’s been a great 4 year struggle to bring the album out, Mafia & Fluxy and Dillie at Stingray Recording Studio, helped me to produce something so amazing, with all the musicians and artists that believed in me and worked on the project, I feel that they really understood my work and brought it out at its best.’


 The official video for the Lead track of the album, ‘Life in the Ghetto’ is featured on You Tube and on rotation on Tempo TV and various network channels around the world and the Video ‘Life in the Ghetto ft Gramps & Peetah Morgan reached no 5 on Suzie Q’s Reggae Top Ten Video Alley and on BEN TV. Lifestyle show on DJ Daddy Ernie’s show. Clinark teamed up with film graduates Chris Cargill (Director), Jesse Banfro and Lee Tarrier of DOF Films UK last year to enable Nurture Projects make some budget videos suitable for YouTube and the success meant that TV stations are now requesting them.

Clinark is working on more promotion for the album has also released a new music video this summer of the song ‘It’s True which is a song on the ‘Journey’ album featuring Hawaiian/Jamaican songstress, Irie Love.

 He is also recording a new single for release in November 09.




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