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Clint Niosi is a prolific songwriter and composer who calls Fort Worth, Texas home.  Clint is known as "an agile fingerstyle guitarist" (I Love FTW), with a "great vocal tone and an original style" (D Magazine).  Clint’s lyrics drip with literary themes that "often verge on poetry, as strong alone on the page as when performed with inflections and music added" (FW Weekly).  In the Spring of 2023, Clint was selected as an Amplify 817 artist, curated by Hear Fort Worth and the Fort Worth Public Library.  Clint’s song Alone/Unknown was featured on the New York Times Spring 2023 Spotify playlist.  Clint is currently writing and recording music for his sixth studio album, and aiming for an early 2024 release.

​Clint has been the recipient of 14 Fort Worth Weekly Music Award nominations (including 4 for Album of the Year), 2 Dallas Observer Music Award nominations (including one for Best Male Vocalist), and a nomination for Best Solo Artist from the Dallas Morning News.  Recently Clint has been excelling behind the scenes as a producer, producing and mixing albums such as Frosty (2017 Psychic Mule Records) and Dia Tree by Mañana Cowboy (June 2018 Dreamy Life Records). In the time since releasing his last full-length album Panorama Avenue in 2020, Clint has transitioned to recording and mixing music full-time via his recording service Orange Otter Audio.  As a composer, his work has been featured at The New School (NYC), The Sidewalk Film Festival (Birmingham Al), The Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Videofest, The Modern (Fort Worth), and Hip Pocket Theatre.


Clint has shared the stage with many artists from across the globe, some of which include VietNam (Brooklyn), Christina Courtin (NYC), Sons of an Illustrious Father (NYC), Jana Hunter (Baltimore), (Muse Mcanique (Portland, OR), Good Night and Good Morning (Chicago), Corespondents (Seattle), The Weird Weeds (Austin TX), Cowboy Indian Bear (Lawrence Kansas), Bad Veins (Cincinnati), Jenny Dalton (Minneapolis), Venus Flytrap (Den Haag, The Netherlands), The Migrant (Copenhagen), and Uchoojean Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan).



Clint has been a featured performer at several music festivals, some of which include the New Sabbath Folk Festival (Denton TX 2007), Freewater Festival (Austin TX 2008), NX35/35 Denton (Denton TX 2009, 2011, 2012), Deep Ellum Arts Festival (Dallas TX, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013), Arts Goggle (Fort Worth TX 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015), Prairie Fest (Fort Worth TX 2011), Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards Festival (Fort Worth TX 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013), Novemberfest (Romney TX 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015), Jesse James Days (Northfield MN 2012).



Award Nominations:

2008: "Best Alternative Country" - Fort Worth Weekly.

2009: Big Solo Artist - QuickDFW.

"Best Folk/Acoustic", "Best Songwriter", "Song of the Year" for My Mephistophilis. and "Album of the Year" - Fort Worth Weekly.

2010: "Best Folk/Acoustic" - Fort Worth Weekly.

2011: "Best Folk/Psychedelic" -Fort Worth Weekly.

2012: "Best Male Vocalist" - Dallas Observer.  "Best Folk Act" - Dallas Observer.

"Best Acoustic/Folk/Psychedelia" - Fort Worth Weekly

2013: "Best Acoustic/Folk" - Clint Niosi and the Unaccountable - Fort Worth Weekly.

"Album of the Year" - For Pleasure and Spite - Fort Worth Weekly.

2014:  "Best Acoustic/Folk" - Clint Niosi and the Unaccountable - Fort Worth Weekly.

2015: "Best Acoustic/Folk/Singer Songwriter - Fort Worth Weekly.

2016: "Album of the Year" - Captives of Sense. "Best Acoustic/Folk" - Fort Worth Weekly.

2018: "Best Folk/Acoustic/Singer Songwriter" Fort Worth Weekly.

2019: "Album of the Year" Daedalum - Fort Worth Weekly








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