Nigel Clark (born 18 September 1966, Redditch, Worcestershire) emerged on the British music scene as the lead singer and bassist of the pop band, Dodgy. The band released three albums on A&M Records before initially breaking up in 1998.
Life and career
In 2007, Clark teamed up with dance music duo 'SFG' to produce a new version of "Good Enough" (originally released by Dodgy on their 1996 album Free Peace Sweet). SFG (which stands for Sunshine Feel Good) had been writing dance tracks together in their Hereford recording studio for two years. The group consists of Jon Sidwell, who has worked alongside some of the top musicians and DJs in the United Kingdom for 25 years (including Judge Jules and Binary Finary), and Andrew Marston, who also presents BBC Introducing on BBC Hereford & Worcester. BMG Music Publishing, who own the copyright to "Good Enough", allowed the reworking in July 2007, and the single is available as a white label.
Dodgy are currently playing festivals and performed at The Brighton Beer Festival on 15 July 2011, performing many old favourites.
Having performed in 2011 at the LeeStock Music Festival in Sudbury, Suffolk with the rest of Dodgy, it was confirmed in January 2012 that Clark would be returning alone to do a solo performance at LeeStock 2012.
Clark planned to release the 'lost' album, 'Make Believe Love'.
- BBC Nottingham – November 2006 – Matt Willis / Josh Ritter / Nigel Clark / Voices of the Valley
- BBC Hereford and Worcester – The Friday Session 24.11.06 – Live music from the Zebedy Rays and Nigel Clark (ex Dodgy)
- The Prom – Review of Nigel Clark
- Redditch Advertiser, 4:51pm Monday 12th February 2007 – CD - 21st Century Man - Nigel Clark
- Hijack Records Clark's record label
- Dodgy - In A Room - Dodgy Information Service
- Dodgy on the web
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