Imogen Clark

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Sydney New South Wales

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Having already played on some of New South Wales’ most renowned stages, including Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre and Tamworth Regional Entertainment Centre, it’s no wonder eighteen-year-old Imogen Clark is being regarded as “showing a maturity beyond her years both in song, her writing and performance...Certainly a mainstay in the Australian live scene” (Timothy Scarfe, Drum Media, July 2013).

Clark is a folk/pop singer/songwriter from Sydney whose experience includes having been a grand finalist in the Telstra Road to Discovery, as well as a graduate of both the Australian Academy of Country Music and the NSW Talent Development Project.

Having self-produced two EPs of original music, Imogen has now teamed up with Sydney producer Murray Sheridan to recently release a third EP titled Stories from a Porcelain City (May 2013), which for the first time features her new band of experienced session musicians.

She has played live and been interviewed on Felicity Urquhart's ABC Saturday Night Country and Tamworth's 2TM, and as a result of her graduation from the Talent Development Project, Imogen has won the Jands Singer/Songwriter Award and has also had the opportunity to record original music at Sony Studios. Her long-spanning gigging experience has included being a support act for Matt Corby, Jack Carty, Amy Vee, and The McClymonts, as well as playing pre-show entertainment at Sydney Entertainment Centre for the Mumford & Sons, Paul Simon, P!nk, Carole King, and Simple Minds concerts.

In March 2013, Clark packed out Katoomba’s Clarendon Guesthouse for the Blue Mountains Folk Festival, receiving fantastic audience and industry feedback, a successful response which continued within the festival circuit when she performed at the 2013 Northern Beaches Music Festival.

On top of her performance successes, in August 2013 Imogen was shortlisted for APRA’s prestigious Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition with her original song Ceaseless Goodbye, placing her in the top 35 out of 3,300 entries amongst artists such as Josh Pyke, Lili Kendall and Emma Louise.

Imogen joins past shortlisters and winners of the competition, Gotye, Kimbra, Megan Washington and Eskimo Joe.




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