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Clark Stewart Radford


Zachary Zane:“Clark was at that show last week, last night, and last year. You hung out at Urban, Diabolical, the Underground, Bar Deluxe (RIP)—screaming along to Baby Gurl, Cult Leader, Wearing Thin—exchanging hugs outside the doors of Kilby or the Shred Shed (RIP)—and, even if he wasn’t performing his own profound poetry, he promoted the hell out of your house show to everyone anyone knows in Salt Lake’s music scene.”