Dillard & Clark

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Dillard & Clark
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres Country rock, progressive bluegrass
Years active 1968–1969
Labels A&M
Past members Gene Clark
Doug Dillard

Dillard & Clark was a country rock duo which featured ex-Byrds member Gene Clark and bluegrass banjo player Doug Dillard. The group was formed in 1968, shortly after Clark departed The Byrds, and Dillard left The Dillards. They were backed up by, among others, Bernie Leadon, Chris Hillman, Sneaky Pete Kleinow, Byron Berline, Don Beck, David Jackson, Donna Washburn, and Jon Corneal. Dillard & Clark were signed to A&M Records and issued two albums as shown below. They were considered part of the Southern California country-rock scene of the late 60's along with Poco, the Flying Burrito Brothers, Linda Ronstadt, Michael Nesmith & The First National Band, Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band and the latter-day Byrds.


Date of Official Release
Recording Date
October 1968
The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard & Clark
August 1969
Through the Morning, Through the Night