Rocker Chris Clemence Appears on ‘Talking Neat’


It’s been a busy year for rock musician Chris Clemence. The hit songwriter and bassist, who’s known for “California Brain”, “Can You Feel It”, and “Let’s Go” (which is the anthem for the NY Giants, Rangers, and Knicks) will be debuting his new band Bad Blood later this year on Extreme / Sony Records.

Recently, on October 8th, Chris made a guest appearance on Talking Neat where he was interviewed by Jason Fisher in between shots of whiskey and bourbon. Talking Neat is a new interview format show on YouTube that brings together fun and exciting interviews while doing a full flight tasting of fine whisky.

“I had a lot of fun stopping by Talking Neat. It was really interesting to learn the history behind some of these whiskies and even more fun drinking them”, said Chris of his interview.

The interview can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwUwAk2_vQo

During the interview Chris discussed his upcoming record with Bad Blood, his previous single “Revolution” which features DH Peligro of Dead Kennedys, and his brand endorsements. Clemence recently became endorsed by William Henry and is featured in their latest commercial. He can been seen wearing one of the necklaces in the show. William Henry earned its fame for creating exclusive and award-winning pocket knives, and transforming the archetype of all tools into a superb piece of functional jewelry for men. Today’s collections also include men’s jewelry, writing instruments, money clips, cuff links, key chains.


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