Rex P. Clem
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Rex P. Clem

Hendersonville, Tennessee, United States | SELF

Hendersonville, Tennessee, United States | SELF
Band Blues Country


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"The Cost of Getting By" released 1986
"Rex Clem" released 1990
"Wild At Heart" Released 1992
"Livin' on the Road" released 2001
"Whatever It Is...I Did It" released 2009

"What I Need", "Worried Mind", "Your Sister Will Do" and "More Than The Blues", all from Whatever It Is...I Did It, are currently being played on various streamimg stations and numerous Blues Radio Hour shows. Check the website for more info.



Indiana born singer/songwriter Rex P. Clem began his musical career performing in the local honkytonks of his central Indiana home at the age of 13. By the time he graduated high school, he already had an impressive resume of performance credits. In his own words, he has shared the stage with some incredible players, writers, and singers. Some well known, and some that should be.

Rex has opened shows for Country artists such as David Allan Coe, Keith Whitley, Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, Reba McEntire, Holly Dunn, Lee Greenwood, Tommy Cash, and many more. He has also worked with artists like The Marshal Tucker Band, Blackfoot, Molly Hatchet, Duke Tumato, and Gene Deer. Over the years he has been on several television programs including Star Search, The Charlie Daniels Show, The Bobby Helms Show, and Midwest Country.

Now living in Nashville Tennessee, Rex has turned to his true love. Writing and playing the Blues. His style of Country Blues has caught the attention of a number of Blues Hour radio programs across nation as well as overseas. The release of new EP, Whatever It Is...I Did It, has already created a buzz with the singles More Than The Blues and The Weed Is What I Need being played on radio.

This in-demand session Bassist has mixed a group of players together that is a definite must see. Whether you catch them at a festival or a local hotspot, you're sure to leave wanting more. Look for them this summer across the South and around the Indy area. You will be glad you did.