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Ken enjoys playing accordion, with his group "The Acoustiphonics". They provide subtle, classy music in a variety of styles. Music to fit any occasion!



Ken toured internationally and recorded as a music director in the many groups including Rounder recording artist Michelle Wilson. He toured and recorded with such greats as Bernard Purdie, Fathead Newman, Melvin Sparks and Junior Watson. Ken has worked as an organist at many churches over the past 23 years. Ken worked as a dance accompanist for 10 years for many dance schools including Harvard and Boston Conservatory. The Ken Clark organ trio signed with Severn records and received glowing reviews from many publications worldwide including Jazz is, Bass Player magazine, and LA Times.


Ken is currently a music director for a local church and music director for a wedding band including his own group Ken Clark Organ Trio & the Acousitiphonics.  He continues to work with some of the top musicians in the area performing and recording.

This CD features Gospel Music. Ken's spiritual compositions for all faiths.  Ken Clark plays all instruments and vocals. Except Steve Chaggaris drum tracks 1,2,4,5,& 6. Lisah Plumley's vocals on track 5.  Ella Clark's vocals at end of track 3. Contact if you would like to purchase!

News Worthy

This is the latest funk by the Ken Clark Organ Trio CD.

available on CD baby & Itunes

The Trio follows their critically acclaimed Severn debut "Eternal Funk" with "Mutual Respect".  The New England based trio offers 11 tracks spotlighting the Hammond B-3, with a foundation of styles ranging from traditional jazz to funk and soul.  The present day organ grinder refuses to die!  Maybe that's why this platter is called Eternal funk...their tunes are originals loaded with engaging melodic flair, so them that seek foot-tappin soulful sounds will find this disc a tasty snack indeed...mark keresman

Musicianship is the first word that comes to mind when the first notes of this self-titled CD disturb the airflow in the room...it entices the listener with tasty solos, generating curiosity for what is to come...soundcheck magazine.

Ken Clark