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New York City Singer Songwriter Clayton Bryant Releases His Song "Will You Care"
The First Song From Clayton's Upcoming LP "Wild Horses" Which Will Release In October Is Ready To Take The World By Storm!
By: Clayton Bryant Music
Having played a major part in the very successful introduction and life of the Soulternative music genre in Great Britain, he is now releasing the first song from his upcoming LP, "Wild Horses". It is a song that beams with heart and passion, called "Will You Care."
Clayton has toured and recorded with music legends such as Rock & Roll Hall Of Famer Darlene Love, Ashford & Simpson, Elton John & Bruce Springsteen.
Having been around the world a few times, including Germany, Japan & the UK, and has spent the month of May touring with Soulternative Pop artist Simpson http://www.officialsimpson.com/
Clayton is more than ready for the next leap in the world of the solo independent musician. His LP is perfectly timed to take the world by storm!
Clayton was featured on Good Day NY when he debuted his hit single "Lost Touch With The World" which featured Grammy Award Winning Vocalist Lisa Fischer on back-up vocals, and received rave reviews from fans around the world.
His 6-Octave range and super unique style have been an integral part of many worldwide projects & concerts.
The feedback we have been getting on Clayton Bryant's voice and his original music has been outstanding!
Here's where you can find his amazing voice:
Ashford & Simpson’s “The Real Thing” DVD
Darlene Love’s DVD “Concert Of Love”
Freddie Jackson’s “For You” CD
Sir Cliff Richard's "Soulicious"
Grammy & Oscar Winning Best Documentary "20 Feet From Stardom"
Previews of the "Wild Horses" LP & his brilliant works, including many great covers can be found on Soundcloud at: https://soundcloud.com/
His LP release will be this year! We really hope the world is ready for the future of music with Clayton Bryant!
Will You Care is available on Amazon:
Kellie Leigh, #ArtistsUnited Worldwide Music