Cecilia Grace Clark
Cecilia has been writing and recording music since she was 13 years old. Her writing has spanned the distance from calls to action about the environment, to matters of the heart. At 15, and during the first year of covid, she covered Tears for Fears’ “Everybody Wants to Rule the World,” recording the song and video in her home living room (garnering praise and attention from local media). The song, arranged by Erin Cole-Baker, features Canadian Juno award winning musician, Laila Biali (Sting, Suzanne Vega) on piano, and Nashville’s award winning songwriter, Craig Carothers. At 16 she performed a Phoebe Bridgers cover, opening for “Joseph,” at Munch and Music. Most recently she wrote and recorded the song, Wasted Love, with help from Portland music producer/engineer, Bob Stark, and Erin Cole Baker. She’ll be attending Western Washington University this fall, and continuing to explore her role as an artist in Fairhaven College’s “Music and Society” program.