Spent last year on tour with Aaron Neville, Richard Thompson, Los Lobos, Old 97's, Rodney Crowell, Tony Joe White, The Pretenders.
"intimate literate lyrics and velvet-and-molasses vocals. Achingly realized!"
“Cozy songs that hark back to the late 1960’s Van Morrison"
NEW YORK TIMES
"Poetic! Humbly Reverent"
"Clarence Bucaro has hit an artistic apex with the release of his latest album"
Beginning with his 2002 debut, the bluesy, Big Easy-influenced Sweet Corn, produced by Anders Osborne, up to the politically charged folk-rock of the 2009 LP, Walls of the World, Bucaro, a two-time finalist in NPR's Mountain Stage New Song Music Contest, has excelled in delivering penetrative – and excitingly melodic – observations about relationships. There's no question the singer-songwriter has sharpened those skills with his latest album, Pendulum.