Clint Conley Net Worth

Clint Conley Net Worth is
$1.3 Million

Clint Conley Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Clinton J. Conley is an American rock and roll musician from Boston, Massachusetts.He is probably best known as a co-founder of Mission of Burma. He played bass guitar, occasional guitar, and wrote and sang some of the group's best-known songs, such as "That's When I Reach For My Revolver" and "Academy Fight Song"—songs that often had an anthemic sing-along quality. Conley's bass work often featured double stops and chords.Mission of Burma was active from 1979 to 1983. They found only limited success, but over the years their reputation grew until they were often seen as one of the more influential American post-punk groups of their era. When the group broke up in 1983, Conley dropped out of music almost entirely for over a decade, earning a master's degree in broadcast journalism [1] and going to work as a producer for Boston's WCVB-TV's news magazine program, Chronicle. He did, however, produce Yo La Tengo's 1986 debut album Ride the Tiger.In 2001, Conley formed a new group, Consonant, playing primarily guitar. They released two albums. Conley said that the fact he was playing in a band again helped him be more receptive to the idea of returning to his old one. [2]In 2002, Conley reunited with Roger Miller and Peter Prescott, and with Bob Weston of Shellac replacing original member Martin Swope, they began performing and recording once more as Mission of Burma. They have since released four albums, including 2009's The Sound The Speed The Light.
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Not a Photograph: The Mission of Burma Story2006Documentary writer: "Tremelo" - as C. Conley
A Matter of Degrees1990writer: "Academy Fight Song"


Couldn't You Wait?2013DocumentaryHimself
Roger Miller: Hearing Protection Required2008DocumentaryHimself
Not a Photograph: The Mission of Burma Story2006DocumentaryHimself - Mission of Burma

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