New Fiddlers Crossing policy, as of now:
Please wash your hands thoroughly (20 seconds or more) before arriving at the venue or the moment you do arrive. Please use common sense. Do not show up if you are not feeling well.
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“Clint Alphin writes and sings from the heart, always mindful of his rich southern roots.”
— Jeni Hankins – Original Appalachian Folk Artist
Folk, Bluegrass, and Country music fill the hearts of every local in the southern states. With, its rich acoustic instrumentation and rich vocal harmonies, the music is honest, pure and natural. This tradition is what laid the foundation for Clint Alphin’s music and words to reach and move audiences around the US and the world.
Hailing from North Carolina, Clint has drawn inspiration from his home state’s heroes. “There is so much great music that has come out of North Carolina,” Alphin says. “James Taylor is perhaps my biggest influence; his phrasing and harmonic melodies are what have inspired me to first write songs.”
Clint moved to Nashville, TN in 2003 and has released an EP and three full-length studio albums since then. His latest, “Postmodern Man,” was released in 2015. It was produced by Neilson Hubbard.
Telluride Troubadour Winner – 2017
Fresh Grass Festival Singer-Songwriter Award Finalist -2018
Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriter Showcase – 2018
Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Emerging Artist – 2017
Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Honorable Mention – 2017
Kerrville New Folk Finalist – 2015, 2018
Telluride Troubadour Finalist – 2013, 2015
Chris Austin Songwriting Contest Finalist – 2014