Bio

 

CLAY JARVIS, a singer, song-writer, composer and performer, playing original rock, boogie & blues, was a finalist in the International Blues Competition for 2017 at Ziggies in Denver, CO.  Clay won the King of the Blues 2010 contest in San Antonio, TX  for Guitar Center.  

His latest CD, “Then & Now”, was recorded and released in 2013. His first solo album was released in 1979, and his second project was recorded in 1983.   Clay has worked on countless projects as a studio musician. 

Clay’s music style and guitar-playing was influenced by Albert King, Freddie King, BB King, Clapton, Santana with a cross of Albert Collins.  He writes his own material and has been a member of BMI for over 30 years. 

Clay had previously been entertaining  as a solo artist or with his band across south Texas.  After relocating to Colorado, he has been spotted in the Denver, CO music scene.  He is excited about the opportunity to collaborate with new musicians in Colorado and hopes to record another CD soon.  He joined the Mile High Blues Society in 2016 and is now a proud board member.  He enjoys the Sunday Night Blues Jams hosted by the Mile High Blues Society and always looks forward to meeting more musicians.

 

 

 

Clay Jarvis practices before a gig

Clay Jarvis practices before a gig