Talented teen takes the Zocalo stage

Alannah Clark performs Thursday, Dec. 4 at the Zocalo Café

Alannah Clark is coming to the Zocalo.

Alannah Clark is coming to the Zocalo.

Vancouver Island singer/songwriter Alannah Clark performs Thursday, Dec. 4 at the Zocalo Café in downtown Courtenay.

Seventeen-year-old Clark has played at the café throughout the year, and is excited to bring her voice, songs and passion back to the Zocalo for another performance.

The West Coast-born and bred musician is ready to take on the world one song at a time. She has performed widely in the Comox Valley, the community she calls home. As well as the Valley, Clark has performed in other island communities, the Lower Mainland and Interior of British Columbia.

There are many artists and elements that inspire Clark to write and perform.

Elton John, Serena Ryder, Sara Bareilles, The Beatles, Joni Mitchell, Adele, Ella Fitzgerald, Ingrid Michaelson and Matt Nathanson are just a few artists to name. As a songwriter, Clark has the ability to craft tender songs influenced from endless frustration.

If you see her live, you will most likely hear more than one song you can relate to.

Clark’s captivating lyrics and ability to engage the audience will catch your attention. Her fun loving personality and her jazzy, sweet, yet sultry voice is a gift for music lovers of all ages. Her songs about following your dreams, standing for what you believe in, being yourself, as well as the ups and downs of being human, will win you over instantly.

Clark performs at the Zocalo  Dec. 4 at 7 p.m.

Call 250-331-0933 to reserve a table for dinner.

 

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