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The 52-year-old actor came to the aid of Jonathan Clark after the Los Angeles based songwriter struggled to produce a video for new single 'I'll Be There.' Clark's problems were solved and his profile given a much needed boost after Oldman offered his services.
For the leading man it was an easy decision, Contactmusic reported. "His musicianship, his writing, and his musical knowledge is quite staggering. He has made a brilliant, heartfelt debut album that I hope marks the start of a long career."
Clark has already accumulated his fair share of celebrity fans having played bass for Don Henley, Dwight Yoakam and Glenn Frey.
On the process of working with Clark, Oldman said, "Working with Jonathan on his video was such a joy. He is totally at home around a camera and his natural gift for acting made the entire process a pleasure from beginning to end."
In addition to directing 'I'll Be there' the star of 'The Dark Knight,' ' Leon' and the forthcoming final Harry Potter instalment has lent his vocal talents to two tracks from Clark's debut album, 'I'm Just Sayin.'