In a press release on April 10th, the 2013 inductees into the
 Country Music Hall of Fame were announced. 
 In addition to Bobby Bare and Kenny Rogers, my Father, 
Cowboy Jack Clement has now joined the ranks as a member.
 I delivered a speech at the Press Release.
 It was a very proud day for our family.
Click the Hall of Fame logo to watch the ceremony. 
(Note: the actual ceremony starts about 4:30 seconds in)

​I am proud to announce the opening of the

Clembrandt Recording Spa

My sweet husband wanted me to be able to write and record my music in the comforts of our happy home. With the help of our friend and engineer, Brooks Watson, we installed a small home studio. I have to toot my own horn here, a little, because I jumped in head first and have been recording various things since day one. I am getting my chops up on the recording software and have plans to do several CD projects. 
I am still on a learning curve but will share some 
Home Spun selections with you soon.
 It's a big beautiful blank musical canvas for me out there and
 I look forward to leaving my mark on it.
In case you missed this story on the home page..... I am sharing it for you here. This was a fantastic event.

At the end of January, I was proud to be part of a concert held to honor my Father, Cowboy Jack Clement! There were over 1000 people in attendance at the Star Studded event.

I introduced my Dad that evening by reading a poem that I wrote. You can read all about that experience AND the poem in my
 Story Time section, as it is my featured story right now. 

If you want to read about the event and see photos..... click on the photo below for all of the scoop.

The world has lost a great musical giant, George Jones.  There will never be another voice like his. He set the bar for the delivery of real country music, the old fashioned way. The best way. Years ago, in Beaumont, Texas, my Dad pitched a couple of songs to George and he recorded  them. One of them was Dickey Lee's, She Thinks I Still Care and the other was a song that my Dad wrote entitled, Just A Girl I Used to Know.  Click on George's picture above to hear that song and the fabulous voice that changed us all, forever.