Exclusive Premier: Liddy Clark Interviews With The Legendary WSM Radio At The Grand Ole Opry

Rising country artist Liddy Clark has premiered an adorable radio interview at the historic Grand Ole Opry. The “Shot Down (Stand Up)” singer recently interviewed with the legendary WSM Radio at the Grand Ole Opry about her song, “Do You Hear What I Hear?” on the “Country Faith Christmas, Volume 2” album.

It was such a great experience being part of the Country Faith Album series. There were so many great artists involved, and it was such an honor to be included!”  Liddy tells Country Music Pride.

In the interview, you can hear how stars Carrie Underwood, Chris Young, Darius Rucker, Charlie Daniels and more came together to create this album, and how it speaks true to Liddy’s incredible talent as a rising artist to be included in this star-studded crew on the record!

Clark is a country singer/songwriter with powerful vocals, radiant stage presence and an indie-pop-inspired take on country music. The 20-year-old artist has performed at iconic venues like the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, opened for artists like Scotty McCreery, Joe Nichols and performed at private VIP rooms for Chris Stapleton, Jake Owen, and amassed a passionate fanbase that includes more than 320K social media followers.

Liddy’s latest single, “Shot Down (Stand Up),” was inspired by aftermath of the Parkland school shootings and the perseverance of America’s youth.

For more information on Liddy Clark visit liddyclark.com and follow her on Facebook and Twitter.


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