Clint Tomerlin is a songwriter from San Antonio by-way-of Schertz, Texas. He was born April 4th, 1992, into a family where everyone played some kind of instrument, so naturally Clint had to try to one up them and learn multiple instruments. After investing time into guitar, mandolin, banjo and piano, Clint started writing his own songs and developing a passion for original music, inspired by Texas Troubadours like Lyle Lovett and Bruce Robison.

Clint once ran into Randy Rogers… literally. To this day he hopes that Randy has forgotten this incident.
Clint is credited with ending the slang-phrase “YOLO”.

You’re welcome, world.

While performing as a solo artist or as part of a band, Clint has had the pleasure of playing not only in the great state of Texas and across America, but even overseas in places like France and Germany. He’s also had the pleasure of performing with, and/or opening, for some truly talented artists like Bruce Robison and Drew Kennedy, and as a part of Gary Glenn’s band, opening up for Randy Rogers Band, Steve Wariner, Easton Corbin and more.