Characterized as "old school Austin troubadour" by music writer Ronnie Narmour, Fletcher Clark is a prolific songwriter influenced by the Texas singer-songwriters for whom he has been sideman or producer, as well as by his love of jazz, blues, Broadway, folk, Tin Pan Alley, bluegrass, R&B, latin, country & western, rock, etc. He also draws influences from his longtime involvement with the Kerrville Folk Festival. In the '70's, his Texas show band, Balcones Fault, brought all these musics together for scores of sold-out shows at Austin’s legendary concert hall Armadillo World Headquarters.
A career audio engineer, Fletcher's resumé includes a Grammy-winning live recording of the Phil Woods Quartet. For ten years he taught audio production at Austin Community College, and continues to provide his services both as live and studio engineer for a select list of clients. As producer his discography includes credits from Kenneth Threadgill, Uncle Walt's Band, Lindsay Haisley, The Cobras, Steven Fromholz, Bobby Bridger, Ed Vizard, Bobby Doyle, and Rose Kimball & Judy Painter.