THE BUZZ: Gary Clark Jr.’s New Music from Upcoming Album Featured in Fox Sports Coverage of the World Series!


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FOX Sports, home to exclusive coverage of  Major League Baseball’s  114th World Series, will for the first time ever feature new tracks from Grammy Award-winning and multi-talented American musician  Gary Clark Jr.  in its open, airing in prime time beginning with Game 1 today, October 23rd. Pregame coverage begins at 7:00 PM ET on FS1 then on FOX beginning at 7:30 PM ET.

Gary Clark Jr. – 2019 New Album Teaser Trailer:

Clark will provide three tracks to the television network from his yet to be released album to be weaved into player features and storylines throughout the World Series. Clark’s new album is expected to be released in early 2019 via Warner Bros. Records.

Clark, proud to have his music included in the World Series televised coverage on Fox Sports, said: “The World Series is a great contest and I’m honored they feel my music adds to the excitement. Very cool.”   Tune into Fox Sports on Tuesday, Oct 23rd to catch the World Series and hear new music from Gary Clark Jr’s forthcoming album. For broadcast details go to:

In a relatively short span of time, Gary Clark Jr. has made an indelible mark for himself in the music world. He has been called “the chosen one” by  Rolling Stone Magazine, and “the future of music” by President Barack Obama. Rarely has an artist alchemized the sounds of the great African-American music forms; blues, soul, jazz, hip-hop and rock-and-roll, into one genre-defying statement of unique power, craft and social significance as Clark has done on his forthcoming album. Details of the album’s release will be revealed in January 2019.

Gary Clark Jr – Come Together (Official Music Video) [From The Justice League Movie Soundtrack]:

For a sneak peek at Gary Clark Jr.’s upcoming album, view trailer HERE.

Gary Clark Jr. will begin his tour on October 28 in San Antonio, TX, and will include a four-night run of sold-out shows at The Fonda Theater in Los Angeles. Additional dates to be announced soon.


Oct 28             San Antonio, TX            Aztec Theatre

Oct 30             Layfette, LA                    Acadiana Center for the Arts   (originally May 31)

Nov 01            Memphis, TN                  Minglewood Hall   (originally June 1)

Nov 02            Chattanooga, TN            The Signal   (originally June 3)

Nov 03            Louisville, KY                  Louisville Palace   (originally June 4)

Nov 04            Knoxville, TN                  The Mill & Mine   (originally Jun 11 )

Nov 06            Kansas City, MO            The Uptown Theater

Nov 07            Omaha, NE                    Orpheum Theatre

Nov 08            Tulsa, OK                       Cain’s Ballroom

Nov 10            Phoenix, AZ                   The Van Buren Ballroom   (originally June 17)

Nov 12            Los Angeles, CA           The Fonda Theatre

Nov 13            Los Angeles, CA           The Fonda Theatre

Nov 14            Los Angeles, CA           The Fonda Theatre

Nov 15            Los Angeles, CA           The Fonda Theare

Nov 30            Houston, TX                   Revention Music Center

Dec 01            Irving, TX                       The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

Dec 03            Austin, TX                      ACL Live at The Moody Theater  (originally June 13)

Dec 04            Austin, TX                      ACL Live at The Moody Theater  (originally June 14)

Dec 05            Austin, TX                      ACL Live at The Moody Theater  (originally June 15)


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