Very long time singer/songwriter Joe Welsh had spent years writing and performing before diving into Lucky Man Clark. But 1 day in 2001, as he was seated in his unfinished studio room looking forward to a delivery, he began writing rootsy rock and roll songs. Five times and 17 music later, he approached program guitarist Kenny Vaughan and both researched out a support music group. Drummer Paul Griffith, bassist Dave Jasques, and keyboardist Steve Conn registered, as well as the music group documented a batch of monitors immediately after. Jerry Dale McFadden and Jeff Armstrong both documented keyboard parts, and many guest performers ended in for a component in the combine. The final outcomes were released beneath the music group name Lucky Man Clark as well as the record (Seaworthy) made an appearance in the summertime of 2002.