|Born||1972 (age 45-46)|
|Origin||Starr, South Carolina|
Jameson Clark (born 1972 in Starr, South Carolina) is an American country music singer. Between 2001 and 2002, he recorded for Capitol Records and charted two singles: "Don't Play Any Love Songs" and "You da Man", in addition to releasing an album titled Workin' on a Groove.
Ray Waddell of Billboard magazine gave Workin' on a Groove a mostly-positive review, saying that Clark "is having himself a good ol' time". It also received a positive review from Matt Bjorke of About.com, who compared Clark's sound to Dwight Yoakam, Toby Keith, and Hank Williams III.
|Workin' on a Groove|
|Studio album by Jameson Clark|
|Released||October 8, 2002|
|Label||Capitol No. 32301|
|2001||"Don't Play Any Love Songs"||52||non-album songs|
|"You da Man"||51||Workin' on a Groove|
|"--" denotes releases that did not chart|
|2001||"Don't Play Any Love Songs"|
|2002||"You da Man"|