Clark Colborn Song Featured on Hurricane Relief Album
Rockford, Illinois based musician Clark Colborn has donated his song “Bittersweet” to the album There Is Hope: Disaster Relief. A digital album that currently features 30 songs, the set benefits Music For Relief.
November 7th, 2012, Rockford, Illinois – Rockford, Illinois based musician Clark Colborn has donated his song “Bittersweet”
Michael Molenda, Editor in Chief, Guitar Player Magazine had this to say about that debut album: “Clark Colborn’s fat and massively effected tone comes on like Godzilla, and it shifts between slinky, silky, scary, spiky, and searing. ...his brilliantly schizoid technical/primitive approach to the guitar is pretty exciting. In short, he rocks.” At wormwoodchronicles.com, Dr. Abner Mality said of his most recent disc: “Clark Colborn plays guitar. That simple statement sums up a lot. In fact, Clark doesn't merely play guitar, he attacks it, he soothes it, he coaxes all manner of sounds from it. The guy is a guitar virtuoso, but much more tasteful than a mere ‘shredder’
Before signing on to do PR work for Colborn’s latest release, I reviewed his first album. In that review I said, “Honestly, if this were the 1970s his name would be getting tossed around with such heavy weights as Randy Rhodes, Eddie Van Halen and Jimmy Page - he's that good.” I also said of “Bittersweet,”
For more information on the Music For Relief project go to musicforrelief.org. To buy the benefit album go to thereishoperecords.com/