Michael Clark is a singer, songwriter, and dancer born in Newark, New Jersey. Music has always been a part of his life, coming as he does from a family of musicians. At the age of seven, he began performing in his older brother's band as a featured singer, doing local talent shows and clubs in Newark. He has been captivating audiences ever since. His career took off when he showcased his talent in the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas, where he headlined at many of the big casinos like Ceasars Palace, the Tropicana, and the Sands Hotel.
Clark later became one of the lead vocalists both for Motown's studio musician outfit The Funk Brothers and Philadelphia's own M.F.S.B. Sharing the stage with a list of legendary artist including Billy Preston, Chaka Khan, Steve Winwood, Peabo Bryson, Ronald Isley, Patty Labelle, The Eagles, Musiq Soulchild, and The Roots, he has performed at some the most famous venues in the world, including a show at the Royal Festival Hall for the Queen of England and Paul McCartney. He has written songs for jazz musician George Benson and R&B singer Joe, among others.
At a young age, Clark fell in love with dance and has incorporated it into his shows. He studied under Simba Dance Company's professional dancers Winston Hemsley and Ivery Wheeler of Las Vegas, as well as New York's Frank Hatchett, Sheila Brown, and Desmond Sugar. Many say that Clark's choreographic detail, accompanied by his grace, leaves his audience entranced. His style emulates that of Michael Jackson's more than anyone before. His love for the music and what he does is what makes him such a pleasure to watch. His energy and charisma is magnetic and will constantly leave you wanting more.