The Michael Clem Trio

The Michael Clem Trio

Jan 10, 2011 |  0 comments
Date: Jan 10, 2011 Time: 
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featuring Rusty Speidel on guitar, Thomas Gunn on upright bass, and Michael Clem on guitar, harp & mandola with
*harmonies all around*!

 One of AC&T’s favorite visiting musicians, Michael Clem (Eddie From Ohio), brings together a new group of seasoned musicians for his new trio!

Rusty Speidel, ( along with Goodrich, Goggin and Lille), formed SGGL in Charlottesville, VA in 1983 and continues to play to sell-out crowds in concert halls like the Barns at Wolf Trap, the Birchmere of D.C., Nashville’s Blue Bird, Atlanta’s Eddie’s Attic, and New York’s Wetlands. “It makes you feel good.” Clever song writing, freshness, warmth, energy & wit..why not. Hundreds of college performances led SGGL to National Association of Campus Activities Music Finalist honors. SGGL also performed on the Main Stage of the 1994 Kerrville Folk Festival.

London-born Thomas Gunn was reared in Europe. He is a graduate of the internationally renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston, with a degree in film scoring. Gunn’s composition “Mothers in Motels” was nominated for a prestigious Hatch Award in 1994. Thomas has hitchhiked from Maryland to Alaska, worked as a vocational instructor for special needs individuals, been an Audiology assistant, a construction worker, a sandwich maker.  He currently lives in the inspiring and artistically stimulating piedmont area of Central Virginia with his wife and “two children with tails,” where he manages to stay busy performing with three bands, teaching music in two private schools, and making homemade stout beer superior even to Guinness.

Tickets are $12 in advance, $17 day of show
visit his website: http://michaelclem.com/

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