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Pre-Order Available Now: Clark Hill’s Debut Album “People Like Me”

Clark Hill’s debut album “People Like Me” is now available for pre-order on all digital platforms after two of creative evolution. Pre-Order includes three instant track downloads: “I Hate That Car”, “Pecan Pie”, and Music Row’s Top 100 charting single “Perfect To Me”. “People Like Me” will officially release on March 23rd.

I’m beyond grateful to be surrounded by a team of explosive talent and generosity,” said Hill. “Kudos to their patience and commitment, this project finally meets my artistic vision and details pieces of my journey. I could not be more ready to introduce fans to the music that defines ‘People Like Me’.”

Produced esteemed songwriter/musician, Mike Rogers, “People Like Me” was partially recorded at CTM Studios’ (Catch This Music) state-of-the-art facility in Nashville as well as Rivergate Studios in Hendersonville. Hill has previously described his sound as “country with a twist” because of his Southern-Rock influence. .38 Special’s keyboardist (and co-owner of Rivergate Studios) Bobby Capps can be heard on multiple tracks throughout “People Like Me.”

“Perfect To Me” was the first single from Hill released to Country Radio last summer which earned a variety of praise from outlets including an A letter grade from Digital Journal and exclusive music video premiere via Celeb Secrets Country. The love ballad was co-written by Grammy-nominated artist Chris Young and Rogers.

“People Like Me” Track Listing: 
1. We Were That Song (Victoria Banks)
2. Rolling Home (Non-Disclosure)
3. Pecan Pie (Clark Hill)
4. I Don’t Know How to Love You Anymore 

(Jimmy Fortune, Craig Morgan, Mike Rogers, Zach Runquist)
5. Stage Song (Clark Hill)
6. Don’t Worry ’bout Me (Elizabeth Marlowe)
7. Always Be Mine (Non-Disclosure)
8. How Great Thou Art (Carl Boberg, Stuart K. Hine)
9. Swerve (Clark Hill)
10. I Hate That Car (Non-Disclosure)
11. Perfect to Me  (Chris Young, Mike Rogers)
12. Midnight Saturday Night (Chris Young, Mike Rogers)
13. Those Were The Days (Clark Hill)

An album release party will take place in Hill’s hometown of Starke, FL at The Downtown Grill (301 East Call Street) on March 23rd at 7:00 p.m. featuring a live performance of the entire project. (Tickets range from $20-40 depending on the chosen package and are available online here.)

Originally from Starke, Florida, he came of age while working on his family’s farm planting and harvesting vegetables. Beginning in second grade, Hill took the initiative to perform in local talent shows as an Elvis Presley impersonator…hair dyed black, jumpsuit, the whole package. He went on to join the children’s choir and lead the praise band in church before performing regularly for the holidays at Walt Disney World in high school choir.

A truly compelling performer, between 2013-2016, Hill played over 300 concerts in about 100 different venues across the globe and traveled internationally throughout the fall/winter of 2016 on the Armed Forces Entertainment Tour. Hill has since opened for acts Neil McCoy, Trace Adkins, and Craig Morgan. Hill was declared an “Emerging Artist” by the Country Music Association in 2016 and participates annually at Fan Fair X for the CMA Music Festival.

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