Will Clark is a hard-driving bluegrass musician from the Upstate of South Carolina. Will started playing mandolin at the age of 9, he has a unique style with influences from Adam Steffey to Bill Monroe. His versatile style of mandolin playing is highly sought after in the industry and He is known in the industry for his "legendary" chop which is unlike any other on the circuit and is immediately recognizable to any who follow his music.    


Will developed his love for the music at the age of 9, when 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 has a unique Banjo style and hard- driving Bass rhythm. Recently, Will has had 3 chart topping hits along side band members of Terry Baucoms Dukes of Drive, one of which debuted at #1 on the Bluegrass Today charts in 2022. His lead and harmony vocals are unlike that of any other and just like his mandolin chop, immediately recognizable by his many fans. 


Will has played on the professional bluegrass circuit for many years with acts such as James King Band, Williamson Branch, Bluegrass Outlaws, The Nashville Celts, Nathan Stanley, and self-titled band Will Clark & Rhythm Section, The Dave Adkins Band and is currently touring as the lead singer and mandolin player with Terry Baucom's Dukes of Drive. 


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

You can also hear Will on the newest Terry Baucom's Dukes of Drive album Here in the Country. Album is available on all streaming outlets and at as well as The Dukes of Drive touring schedule.