THE GUITARS - CHRIS CLARK
Chris Clark is an American soul singer who recorded for Motown Records. Recording on the V.I.P. label, one of several Motown imprints, Chris Clark is still acknowledged by Northern Soul fans for songs such as 1965's "Do Right Baby Do Right" and 1966's "Love's Gone Bad."
Another of her notable songs was the 1967 single "I Want To Go Back There Again." The United States' answer to Dusty Springfield, Clark managed to top the R&B singles chart. "Love's Gone Bad" made #105 pop, and #41 R&B in 1966. She also co-wrote the screenplay for "Lady Sings the Blues," a 1972 film starring Diana Ross, Billy Dee Williams, and Richard Pryor.
In recent years, Clark has become an art photographer and has exhibited her work mainly to art dealers and galleries. She also performs on stage occasionally in clubs in the United States and in Europe. She currently lives in Santa Rosa, California.
Guitar: Gibson SG
EXHIBIT PRIOR TO GALA
The Chris Clark guitar will be publicly displayed at Pelican Art Gallery in downtown Petaluma from late January until the Gala (February 28, 2009). Pelican Art Gallery is located at 143 Petaluma Blvd N. in Petaluma, CA. For more information about this exhibit, please call Pelican Art Gallery at (707) 773-3393.
This guitar will be auctioned on the evening of February 28, 2009 at the Phoenix Guitar Gala & Carnaval.
The auction will take place in the Phoenix and will be broadcast worldwide via the Internet while accepting bids from around the world.
ONLINE BIDDER REGISTRATION
Click here to register to bid online for the Guitar Gala on 2/28/09.