Wickford is a cozy little town, and from here comes the musician Stewart Clark. On his new album And Then There Was Me he plays a lot of instruments as bass, keyboards, guitars an organ and he handle all the vocal duty. In addition Clark have thirteen music friends who contributes positively with various instruments. Especial Steve Scott is important as he plays fancy guitars, piano and synths on the track Magic Gate, keyboards on the song Unwind, piano on the song Someone From Another World and also synth and E-bow on the song A Drive In The Ocean, the song also featuring fancy guitars from Sepand Samzadeh from Days Between Stations and bass from Billy Sherwood of Yes.
Clark states, «I was honored to be asked by my good friend, John Sweeney, to contribute to an album he was making. It dawned on me after a while that perhaps I ought to make one, and to borrow his idea and ask lots of people to play on it. I got a bit carried away and started messaging famous, to me anyway, musicians I admire, to see if they would want to help. To my amazement, I had some success! So you will hear, amongst contributions from good friends, performances by the current bass player for Yes, Billy Sherwood, Sin’Dogs and ex SAHB/Nazareth guitarist Zal Cleminson and Sepand Samzadeh from Days Between Stations».