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Gary Clark Jr. to Perform on Tonight's DAVID LETTERMAN

April 9
12:05 2013
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Gary Clark Jr. to Perform on Tonight's DAVID LETTERMAN

Guitarist, vocalist, songwriting sensation Gary Clark Jr. releases an exclusive iTunes Session, recorded at legendary Capitol Recording Studios in Hollywood, available beginning today on the iTunes Store. This digital album release is comprised of a complete electric live performance of nine songs including a pair of classic covers. Track listing is as follows:

Next Door Neighbor Blues
Aint Messin 'Round
When My Train Pulls In
Please Come Home
Numb
If Trouble Was Money (Albert Collins)
You Saved Me
Oh Pretty Woman (Albert King)
Bright Lights

Later that night, Clark & Co. will light up TV screens across the nation performing live on Late Show w/ David Letterman. Check local CBS listings for more details.

Most recently Clark has recently returned from a triumphant European and Australian tour and is gearing up to join his good friend Eric Clapton for the latter's annual Crossroads Guitar Festival, which will take place at New York City's Madison Square Garden April 12th and 13th. These annual shows will include several surprise guests and are not to be missed.

Please visit http://www.garyclarkjr.com/ for all of Clark's upcoming tour dates, which include several U.S. festivals in May and June. More news to be revealed soon.

For more information, visit:

http://www.garyclarkjr.com/

http://www.facebook.com/GaryClarkJr

http://twitter.com/#!/garyclarkjr

http://www.youtube.com/user/garyclarkjr

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