Alvarado Road Show
All of Country Music felt a change in the wind when something came rolling down I-40 into Nashville, Tennessee. Straight out of Alvarado (located just 26 miles south of Ft. Worth, Texas) the earthy, edgy country band Alvarado Road Show relocated their lives and families for one thing… the dream of country music.
Growing up in a musical family, brothers Cleve Clark (lead vocals), AJ Clark (guitar/ vocals) and nephew, Brandon Trey (drums/ vocals) haven’t had any detours along the way! The years of hard work have begun to pay off for the band. Recording and performing together they have honed their skills and gained recognition as top-notch performers and songwriters. They are known for their close vocal blends and with one listen you’ll remember why you love family harmony so much. Alvarado Road Show is one of country music’s hardest working, most talented new artists. For over 20 years they have worked to develop a strong fan base; touring up to 150 dates a year, proving these guys are running all the red lights!!
The road has shown ARS many exhilarating stops along the way. Finding their names on such billboards as The Ryman Auditorium (The Mother Church of Country Music), The CMA Music Festival & ultimately sharing the stage on The Grand Ole Opry with friend & former producer Steve Wariner!
As songwriters, the members of Alvarado Road Show are extremely talented. Cleve Clark and AJ Clark are currently under contract as exclusive songwriters for Sony/ATV Music Publishing, while Brandon Trey is a freelance songwriter. Together they have amassed an incredible catalog of songs and are one of today’s strongest songwriting teams. Co-writers they presently work with include Nashville hit-makers Steve Wariner, Kim Williams, Tom Douglas, Frank Myers, Rodney Clawson, Rick Carnes, Mentor Williams and many other iconic tunesmiths. They have had songs recorded not only by themselves, but also by artists like Grand Ole Opry star Lynn Anderson!
The band from Alvarado has already placed their fingerprints on the map of country music history and that sleepy little Texas town can be proud that their native sons won’t ever forget where they came from. Their hearts will always be pure Texan.