The Clark Family Experience hit paydirt in 2001, when their song "Meanwhile Back at the Ranch" became the 13th best-selling single in country music. Part of the appeal was the group's fusion of country and pop, but the fact that all six members were brothers certainly didn't hurt. The Clark Family Experience eventually morphed into Sons of Sylvia, a slimmed-down version of the band that released a hit album in 2010. The Clark Family Experience was comprised of the six eldest children of traveling ministers Freddy and Sylvia Clark. Alan (guitar/vocals), Aaron (electric bass/vocals), Adam (mandolin/vocals), Ashley (fiddle), Andrew (drums), and Austin (lap slide guitar/keyboards) were born and raised in southern Virginia, where they started performing professionally in 1993. Nearly a decade later, Curb Records inked the Clark Family ...
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