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12/30/2017 at 12:54:36 PM GMT
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Miss Clementine loves to share her new album with you.


This autumn we've recorded my new album, masterly produced by Wyatt Easterling, at Omnisound Studio, Nashville. (Included a song co-written with Wyatt and Robbie Hecht.) And I would be very excited and honoured to share these songs with you in an intimate setting as a private showcase. Don't hesitate to contact me in case of any questions. 

Looking forward to meet you!

Love, Clementine Volker (The Netherlands, Europe)


Category of Folk: Her voice is mostly compared with The CarpentersEva Cassidy and Joan Baez.




Folksinger/songwriter Clementine (NL) grew up as a Captain's daughter. When her father came home after his long travels (upto a year) her mothers chansons where replaced for his Celtic/Irish music. Water, nature and freedom where fundamentals to her when she grew older. The Irish music became her lifeline with her father being away at sea. When she sings Celtic or Irish folkmusic now, it feels like coming home. Nowadays she mixes the style naturally with Jazzy, Bluezy and even chanson influences. Clementine started to perform solo with her guitar last year and occasionally joins the stage with the Legendary Irish group The Fureys. One of the music groups she crew up with listening to. (She performed with them in the world's best Irish Pub in Rome just a few weeks ago.)


Clementine prefers singing in English, but made an exception for the dutch song 'Na de Hoos' (= After the storm) written by friend and top-writer Guus Westdorp. Originally written for the flood in New Orleans after Katrina. Raising 1000'ds of dollars during a benefit concert for the victims.


She performed the song at the official national memorial for the Dutch flood of 1953 for the dutch president, politicians and survivors. This event was broadcasted by all national media including primetime news. French and American tv was present as well.

Guus's mother helped dutch refugees communicating over the radio in '53 and Clementine's father was specialized in dredging, helped to build the dam after the storm as a teenager. 


In 2003 she released her first album (mastered by grammy winner Brad Blackwood and joined recordlabel Coast to Coast.) This album was embraced by national radio 5 and nominated/won the title World Album by radio 2.


Clementine toured theatres from small rooms of 80 seats upto concerthalls of 750 seats and decided to study a few elemental courses online with Berklee to gain more understanding of songwriting and production. 


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