From the beginning of Lindisfarne to his current solo album Odd Man Out, the career of Rod Clements reads like a who’s who of contemporary British folk roots.

After three decades in the business spanning over thirty albums and several chart hits, Rod Clements is “a man emerging from the Lindisfarne years and carving his own unique furrow in inimitable style”BBC Radio Scotland

Rod’s latest album shows him to be a consummate artist who has never rested on his laurels, either as a songwriter or as a live performer, and whose future is assured as “a cult artist in the making”Simon Jones

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Last session: Sat 27 Feb 2010 at 8:30 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall @ The Met

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