Michael Clem

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Past shows

  • Michael Clem's "Drop & Give Me X"

    This show was on Nov 20th, 2016 | 17 people watched
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  • Michael Clem's "Nothing Finer Than The Niner"

    This show was on Oct 23rd, 2016 | 38 people watched
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    • Oct 24
      Loved it, Mike! All the interaction b/t you and the audience is great. See you next time :)
    • Oct 24
      Apologies that due to technical difficulties, a highlight video is unable to be produced for this performance.
    • Oct 24
      There is, however, an encore performance of one of the songs posted here https://youtu.be/WIxOAgRoh0g
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Bio

MICHAEL CLEM

For twenty-five years, Michael Clem has been playing bass, singing and writing songs for the national touring act he co-founded, Eddie from Ohio. Over that time, EFO has amassed a sizeable grassroots following, released nine CDs (all independently) & collected numerous Washington Area Music Association Awards. Since 2008, with the band slowing down, Clem has relocated... more

MICHAEL CLEM

For twenty-five years, Michael Clem has been playing bass, singing and writing songs for the national touring act he co-founded, Eddie from Ohio. Over that time, EFO has amassed a sizeable grassroots following, released nine CDs (all independently) & collected numerous Washington Area Music Association Awards. Since 2008, with the band slowing down, Clem has relocated from Northern Virginia to Charlottesville where he’s established quite a foothold in its musical scene, from session work to bluegrass gigs to forming his own acoustic trio.

Ten years after Clem’s first solo album, comes the better-late-than-never sophomore release Fifty Clementines. With thirteen previously unreleased songs, Clem brought in 30 friends from all over Virginia to contribute in the fine Charlottesville JLM Studios where he co-produced with James McLaughlin.

"Local Americana at its best." Lonesome George Dayton, WTJU

"...the man impossible not to like." Cville Weekly

THE MICHAEL CLEM TRIO

"Ornery Americana" - Cville Weekly

The Michael Clem Trio. MCT features Clem on guitar, mandola, harp & mouth, and he is sandwiched by two fine fellow Charlottesville VA music chums, Rusty Speidel (of SGGL fame) on guitar & higher vocals, plus Berklee-educated Thomas Gunn on upright bass & lonesomer vocals.

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