Specialty: Purveyor of Pioneer Stories & Songs with Bilingual Storytelling (Spanish)
Clive Romney is an untiring advocate for the telling of pioneer stories through all the arts, and uses his arts, music and storytelling, to do just that. Clive makes his living as a record producer though more and more telling and singing at festivals.
If you want to get more detailed, then realize that Clive Romney, a Pearl-Award-winning recording producer, is an expert in all these titles: composer, songwriter, storyteller, arranger, teacher and performer, forty two-year veteran of the music business, and Executive Director of Utah Pioneer Heritage Arts. Clive plays guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, accordion, percussion, dan tranh, charango, bodhran, various other ethnic instruments, and some piano, and produces between four and ten albums per year in his recording studio, “Pitchfork Studios”, engineering most of his own recordings.Clive has taught Introduction to the Music Business and songwriting at Brigham Young University in Provo, and other music courses at the University of Utah and Salt Lake Community College.