K.C. Clifford
K.C. Clifford
K.C. Clifford
501 NW 17th St
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Three-time Woody Guthrie Award winning songwriter K.C. Clifford is known for her extraordinary voice and captivating stage presence. A well-crafted storyteller, live performance is where she shines brightest. Refreshingly honest, K.C. brings both beauty and authenticity to the stage. The Oklahoma songstress is often compared to singer-songwriters like Patty Griffin and Carole King.

Band Member Names

K.C. Clifford: Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Dulcimer
David Broyles: Guitars
Dan Walker: Keys, Accordion

Full band and scaled back solo/duo versions available.


K.C. is a nationally recognized touring artist. Some highlights from her 20-year career include:
SXSW Music Festival
Kerrville Folk Festival
Falcon Ridge Folk Festival
Woody Guthrie Folk Festival
Americana Music Festival
Wildflower Music Festival
Norman Music Fest
Oklahoma City Arts Festival
Three-time Woody Guthrie Award Winning Songwriter
International Songwriting Competition
West Coast Songwriters Competition
Kerrville New Folk Finalist
Falcon Ridge Emerging Artist

K.C.’s story and music were featured on NBC’s hit show “The Biggest Loser”, along with numerous other film and TV placements. Awards and accolades aside, K.C. is most fulfilled as an artist by working alongside food banks across the country in the fight against childhood hunger in America. In March 2009 she wrote an anti-hunger anthem for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma called “Raise Your Voice.” A year later the song was chosen as the theme for CROP Hunger Walk, a worldwide public awareness campaign to help end hunger.

Band Bio

“She possesses a bare, folksy honesty that makes it difficult to immediately write her off.”
-- Thomas Conner, Chicago Sun-Times

“One of those female singers whose voices are so beautiful that you get mesmerized by the sound.”
-- John Conquest, 3rd Coast Music Magazine

“A beautiful collection of songs that mix calming melodies with powerful, personal lyrics and divine musical arrangements.”
-- Americana-UK Magazine

A mother of two little miracles and the wife of a genius music geek, the Oklahoma native has six full-length albums and two EPs in her catalogue. K.C. is currently in the studio recording her seventh record. An evening spent listening to this compelling storyteller is not soon forgotten.

K.C.’s latest album Coming Bare, recorded live over two sold-out nights at the Blue Door in Oklahoma City, was released in November 2017. Her body of work also includes: The Tag Hollow Sessions, (2012); Orchid, (2010); Pockets Full of Hope: Live at The Blue Door, (2008); Teeth-marks on My Tongue, (2004); and Times Like These, (2000). Listen to tracks at kcclifford.com

“I want to be known as someone who is not afraid of being real,” she said. “Through my songwriting, storytelling, and essays, I dive into the vulnerable parts of the human experience. I started writing songs as a way to make sense of the world around me and my own emotional landscape. Truthfully, I write to stay sane and stay alive. At some point along the way, I realized that the songs and stories were helping other people make sense of their experiences, too. I’m fascinated by what we find when the masks and layers are gone, and how much the same we all are at the core. Contrary to popular belief, vulnerability is not weakness. It is strength. You can’t take the beautiful, messy humanity out of life. Every time I take the stage or write a song, my hope is that when it's over the listener will feel less alone in their lives. It's the one thing we all need, especially in these times."

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