I wear many different hats in my music career. This calendar shows dates that I am booked for
or available for. If a date is marked private function, it means there won’t be details about it, but
I’m already booked. These dates are usually weddings or other types of celebrations that aren’t
open to the public. Please contact me for gig bookings or special occasions that require live
music. I look forward to seeing you at gigs!

Clem Chesterfield’s Country Christmas Coat & Gloves Roundup! @ The Mansion Kingston
Dec 22 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Clem Chesterfield’s 2nd Annual “Country Christmas Coat & Gloves Roundup” Benefit For Kingston Street Mission on Saturday, December 22nd from 3-5pm at The Mansion Kingston 🤠 Donate warm coats and winter gloves * we also accept blankets, toques, warm hats, socks, toothpaste & toothbrushes! 🧥🧤🧦 Poster by Jaybird Digital Arts

Clem Chesterfield & The LA-Z Boy Recliners at Little Texas! @ Little Texas Roadhouse Bar and Grill
Dec 30 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Clem Chesterfield & The LA-Z Boy Recliners at Little Texas Roadhouse Bar & Grill LIVE on Sunday, October 28th from 3 till 6PM! Saddle up kids; this Roadhouse ain’t no joke!

Clem Chesterfield & The LA-Z Boy Recliners at Little Texas Roadhouse Bar & Grill LIVE on Sunday, December 30th from 3 till 6PM! Post-Christmas country tunes at the Roadhouse!

Clem Chesterfield is a group of some very well respected and accomplished players that have made the Limestone City their home. Clem sings and plays acoustic guitar accompanied by bass, drums, fiddle, mandolin and occasionally electric guitar. 

You will be delighted by Clem’s outstanding original music and his great covers of Hank Williams, Harlan Howard, George Jones, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, The Byrds, Rolling Stones, Asleep At The Wheel, Flying Burrito Brothers, Neil Young just to name a few.

About Clem:

Howdy, my name’s Clem Chesterfield  and I’m from Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 
I sing and write songs that some folks say sounds like Old Time Country & Western music. I tip my dusty ole hat to Cowboys and Rebels and everyone that might be an Outlaw by Nature, ya’ll are the true heroes of the Trail I call Life. I sing plenty of songs about misery, tragedy and love. If ya’ll see or hear anything like able or shareable, please do so with my blessings.