Born in Harrisburg Pennsylvania, Craig Clark started singing Gospel music at the young age of five. Listening to the sounds of The Mighty Clouds of Joy and The Gospel Keynotes, Craig started his musical journey singing at churches around his hometown area.
Since moving from Pennsylvania to Minnesota in the late eighties, Craig has been spreading his soulful sound throughout the state and beyond. Adding his self-taught compelling guitar style to his already dynamic vocals; Craig has constructed a style of his own.
Performing with Big Brother and The Holding Company, The Mississippi Mass Choir with Reverend James Cleveland, Jimmie Van Zant, Big John Dickerson, and playing at the Broken Spoke in Sturgis, South Dakota, are a few of Craig's fondest music memories. Influenced by the the likes of Sam Cook, Bobby Bland, Robert Cray and Buddy Guy, Craig Clark has proven to be a strong force in the musical community, leaving audiences talking long after hearing him perform.
Vocals & Guitar
Bass & Vocals
Eric’s musical skills and talents were nurtured by a musical family from a very young age. He credit’s his desire to be a bass player to his uncle Maynard Meyer. He was given his first bass at age 11 and the journey began.
His reputation as a twin cities bass player started with “The Dog Pound Blues Band” when he was just fifteen years old. At the age of 18, Eric began his professional career heading out on the road with the David Collin Bryant Band right after he graduated from high school.
In his 30 year musical career, Eric has shared the stage with such greats as: Lady Blues, Claudette King, and Jimi “Primetime” Smith as well as many other great musicians. The Pete Kavanaugh Group, the Daily Grind, and the Kurt Jorgensen Band are among the many previous bands he has played with. Eric Meyer’s bass playing has been described as awesome and creative and his nickname is “The Machine”.
Projects: Eric Meyer and the Great Northern Rhythm Section, the Dee Miller Band, the Pete K group, and Phil Kitze