A Musician From NH Trying to Make It In Nashville Get’s a 10K Tip
Seems the holidays are coming early for one local New Hampshire resident. Morgan Clark is pursuing her dream of becoming a recording artist in Nashville. Clark calls her style retro-pop and attributes her taste in music to growing up listening to oldies with her family. WMUR9 reports that Clark says, “My family business up there is Clark’s Trading Post and the White Mountain Central Railroad.”
Upon discovering the $10,000 check-in her tip jar she was shocked “It was a reality check and it was for $10,000 and I looked over at my manager James and I was like, ‘What is this? Is it real?’” Someone, who chose to remain anonymous, really likes her music. WMUR9 says Clark plans to donate $1,000 to the Salvation Army. I love the idea of paying it forward.
She wants other artists to never give up on their dreams and said, “if you just stick to it, things will just pop up out of nowhere.” Glad to see a local girl making her dreams come true. I wish her much success in her future which certainly looks bright.