Alain Clark

Alain Clark was born in Haarlem, Holland, near Amsterdam on June 4, 1979. Already a musician and record producer, he made his debut as a soloist in 2004, with the homonymous album Alain Clark. In the record, there is the song “Delicious” that becomes a hit in Holland. In 2007 he released his second album titled Live it Out. He stands out especially with several singles, and especially in 2008. Among them there is “Father and friend”, sung with his father Dane Clark, who is also a musician (he is the former lead singer of the soul group Dane and the Dukes of Soul). Alain Clark performs the same song in Italy, on the occasion of the Sanremo Festival 2009, where he is invited as a guest. As a producer he worked for Ali B and produced Boris’ debut album, he also wrote and produced a Dutch adaptation of Eamon’s “Fuck It (I Don’t Want You Back)” titled “V*kkenvuller” and performed in 2004 by Simon. He was a supporter of Amy Winehouse’s Dutch concerts.


2004 – Alain Clark
2007 – Live it Out
2010 – Colorblind
2012 – Generation Love Revival
2014 – Walk With Me

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