Bio

Will Clark is a hard-driving bluegrass musician from the Upstate of South Carolina. Will started playing mandolin at the age of 5, he has a unique style with such influences as Adam Steffey to Bill Monroe. His versatile style of mandolin playing is highly sought after in the industry.   

 

At the age of 9, he picked up the guitar. His hard-driving rhythm and strong lead playing derive from influences like Clay Jones, Tony Rice, and others.  Will also plays Banjo and Bass and is a very talented versatile musician. His lead and harmony vocals are unlike that of any other. His powerful voice is unique and loved among his fans.  

 

Will has played on the professional bluegrass circuit for many years with acts such as James King Band, Williamson Branch, Bluegrass Outlaws, and self-titled band Will Clark and Rhythm Section. 

 

 

Will also currently plays with the world-renowned Celtic band The Nashville Celts. He is currently actively touring with Grandson of the Late Great Ralph Stanley, Nathan Stanley in which he plays the banjo, guitar, and mandolin,  and The Nashville Celts where he also plays the banjo and mandolin, while also making time to tour with his own band Will Clark & Rhythm Section. 

Will currently has 2 albums released and is working on the 3rd.