Andrew displaying instruments featured on The Longing, including GIlchrist mandolin and DeGruchy guitar. Photo by Jon Armstrong

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special events:
- Tamfest Supper Club

- NHB Fiddle Contest

- Workshops

BIG PICTURES Shop
photo house

Welcome to my musical "Shed" :-) solo is fun but let me introduce you to the Bands that make & made up the years!
  Andrew Clermont's Supper Club / Totally Gourdgeous / BluGuru / and occasionally with The Borderers in Oz & Europe
 All corners Covered (with Cellist Rachel Johnston) since mid 2015 - see further player twists under Bio page!
Not so often now or just re-unions - Dya Singh / The Lawnmowers / BackBeat
Latest Artistry from Andrew - the 'BEING THERE' Big Pics

Andrew would like to thank the following for their support:

and remembering Ollie Francis and our time as Celtic Conundrums variously at Glen Innes Celtic Fest and Charlottes Pass Hotel

Gilchrist Mandolins for the Legendary F-5 Mandolin
Penelope Swales for the Gourdgeous musical instruments - Gourdalins!
Epoch Violins for the Sunset, BluGuru & White Dove Fiddles & mountains of support
Maton Guitars for the amazing Bunyan Pine 12-string Guitar
White Swallow Banjos - they fill the room with great Twang!!
Tommy Crow (Alice Springs) for the great crocodile painting on my 'A' Didgeridoo - courtesy of Alan Dawson.

Jon Armstrong Photographics and "Shot by Jake" for main publicity shots
Long Grass Clothing for wonderful long leg jeans support!

My dear Clans for their voluntary & involuntary support!
Chris Simmons for handling the web site.

The Friends & Fans - you're the Best!

Thanks for looking in and contemplating the world via Clermont.
With this new site location, old friend Chris Simmons has directed my dramatically
more consistent up dates, new videos, photos, CDs & stories
Suggestions/ thoughts / contributions are more than welcome (See Contact page).
Big thanks to those of you who are able to come to the various performances, say
hello in/from the most unexpected parts of the world, or who drop in the occasional
letter/ email/ phone greeting.

The world family is a wonderful experience and I verily appreciate the warm returns
given and shared.

Yours in the Light & Magic of Music,
Andrew Clermont