The Eddie Joe Clark Band, headquartered in Phoenix, AZ, has a hard driving sound best described as outlaw country with a deep respect for the roots of country music. The band's music can be heard on hundreds of radio stations nationally and overseas. The band was also nominated for outlaw country band of the year in Nashville in 2016 and 2017.

Eddie Joe Clark is an established country and bluegrass artist and prolific songwriter. Having written hundreds of songs, his music has been performed by a number of recording artists including Canadian Country Music Hall of Famer Ray St. Germain, Steve Hill of The Nashville Palace, Mitch Snow, Bunnie Mills, and others. Eddie’s remarkable voice and instrumental skills have been featured with acts that have performed in over a dozen countries on six continents. A Navy veteran himself, Eddie Joe always welcomes any opportunity to perform in front of veterans’ groups and active duty service personnel. Among other instruments, Eddie Joe plays guitar, pedal steel, Dobro, and harmonica.

The band is a group of virtuoso level musicians comfortable playing many genres from jazz and blues to rock and country. Their over 150 combined years of experience includes touring nationally and internationally, performing in venues from night clubs to arenas, and performing live and in the studio with well-known artists.

Be sure to check us out at eddiejoeclark dot com and face book dot com / eddiejoecountry. Contact us at tony at eddiejoeclark dot com or call at 623.670.0447.

Screen name:
The Eddie Joe Clark Band
Member since:
Mar 31 2010
Active within 1 month
Level of commitment:
Years together:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
99 years


Hank Williams Jr., Waylon Jennings, Marshall Tucker, Willie Nelson, Skynyrd, Alan Jackson, George Strait, Merle Haggard, Blackberry Smoke and too many others to mention

Members Of Band

Eddie Joe Clark: vocals, guitar, harmonica, Dobro, steel guitar
Tony: Drums
Allan: Keyboards, vocals
David: Guitar, vocals
Danny: Bass


Enough stuff to handle the gig