CLINT CRISHER has a style of dance-trance rock-a-palooza dealing out hit after hit with impressionable well-crafted lyrics wrapped around crisply textured vocals that reflect his soulful nature. Oh, and on stage his toned body comes alive gyrating like Elvis! Music is my Life is Clint Crishers paradigm. At age seven singing King of the Road by Roger Miller, the spark was born that would ignite a poignant and dedicated creative talent. In High School, Clint was student director and lead tenor of the Madrigal Singers who performed at Westminister Abbey in London, England. Clint also played the Trombone in the high school band, was president of the drama club and director of many school plays and starred in several productions with the Fernandina Beach Community Theatre, all while maintaining the honor roll. Clints love of people comes through in his astounding performances. It is reflected in the depth of his musical oeuvre, including twelve years of extensive study and development in dance, voice and drama before the age of twenty. His dazzling stage presence is climaxed with the integrity of his compositions, realized by his virtuoso voice. During college, Clint started an alternative rock band called Painted Sun. Lead Singer and songwriter for the group Painted Sun helped Clint build his confidence to perform his original material every weekend for about two years all over Florida, including the Palace Saloon, which is the oldest and most famous bar in Florida. In April 1996, Clint ran for City Commissioner of Fernandina Beach, lost the race but changed the issues and the attitude of the city leaders before moving to Washington, DC. After moving to DC, Clint met Willie R Lewis and started recording house music. Their union formed a sound with an energetic beat that everyone loved to dance to. For the next several years Clint headlined at venues from New York City to Miami Beach. In June 1999, Clint released his debut album, Perfect World with a 45 minute concert at CLUB LIFE in New York City. The single, Perfect World reached #7 on the TOP 100 MP3s in the UK.