With a passion for music and a lack of any sporting finesse, it was only a matter of time before Liam Kennedy-Clark found his way into a musician's life of studios, stages, long hours in the car, and late night service station dinners.
After leaving high school and moving to Australia at the age of 17, it didn't take long before Kennedy-Clark became an established professional musician, now sharing stages with the likes of Lee Kernaghan, The Wolfe Brothers, Adam Harvey, Beccy Cole, The Bushwackers, and more. In 2015, Liam Kennedy-Clark also become the youngest CMAA Academy mentor, where he continues to teach, and share his knowledge and insights about the music industry.
Amongst all of this, Kennedy-Clark focuses on his solo career as a singer/songwriter. His passion? Finding new ways to express himself musically, both technically and artistically. This inclination for the creative pen is demonstrated in Liam's latest album, "Another Habit".
From a singer, songwriter, producer, session musician, audio engineer, to an all-round music nerd, Liam takes any chance he can to share the stage and studio alike with his peers and find his creative difference. As a music director for shows and events, session musician for touring shows, producer for artists's albums and EPs, Liam Kennedy-Clark continues his path in the music industry with many more 5 minute stage calls, broken strings, and hot box chicken wings.