Ashley Clark, formerly with the Clark Family Experience, has signed with I.R.S. Nashville for the release his self-titled solo album, produced by Mutt Lange.
I.R.S. Nashville has entered into an agreement with independent promotion company Star Farm Nashville to assist with the promotion of Clark’s debut single “Greyhound.” The I.R.S. promotion staff, headed by VP of Promotion Tom Moran, and the Star Farm team, headed by President Michael Powers, have already begun working together to promote Clark’s music to country radio.
“Greyhound,” which was penned by Ashley and his brother Austin Clark, impacts radio May 18.
“Michael and his Star Farm team are the perfect partners for us with Ashley Clark,” says I.R.S. Nashville President John Grady. “Michael and I met over a Mutt Lange production 20 years ago. We are both excited to do it again.”
Moran says, “Star Farm is a group of outstanding promotion people that John Grady and I know well. They are the perfect team to partner with our I.R.S. staff on the Ashley Clark project.”
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