Clark Cotton, born in Memphis is a country pop recording artist and is highly ranked on MTV's most visited artist leader board since the summer of 2014, with his debut album "Slice Of The Pie" and its hit singles "Dysfunctional Family", "Stop The World" and "Thank The Lord" (words & music by Jim Stiene) to present, Cotton played football at The University of Alabama in the mid 80's under Ray Perkins and also from history, is a direct descendant of pilgrim Sir William Brewster, the puritan minister on the Mayflower, along with Bing Crosby, Ashley Judd and Katharine Hepburn. Cotton's brother, F. Bradley Cotton is a Sonoma County, California based Elvis tribute artist champion, in addition to notable cousins in the music business, that include mastering engineer the late Jim Cotton (Mercury Records Discography), feature recording artist Sandy Posey who also backed up Elvis Presley for years in the late 60's and beyond. Cotton's mother is Margee McAdoo - the grand niece of former US presidential candidate and 46th US Secretary of the Treasury William "Gibbs" McAdoo. Margee spent the entire summer of 1957 with Elvis Presley (at Graceland) during his emerging years, passing on valuable insight directly from Elvis onto Cotton. Cotton has now resides in Memphis, Tennessee's world famous Madison Ave. music & entertainment district just west of Overton Square and north of Cooper Young. Cotton has announced the formation of The Cotton Shaw Band and is the Executive Producer of the "Abbi Speranza" EP album released in February of 2015 with feature artist Stephen Shaw and records all new originals with RockNext Music Entertainment, in Memphis, Nashville, Atlanta, New York and in his hometown of Mendham, NJ - also the former home town of pop diva and global recording artist Whitney Houston.