Ted is one of thirteen children raised by tobacco farmers in Northwest Missouri. He began playing guitar at the age of eleven and was first hired as a professional musician after appearing in a talent show at the Union Mill Opry in Edgerton Mo. As a teenager Ted was named Iowa State Champion Mandolin player. When he was eighteen, he moved to Nashville to play with Elvis Presley’s backup singer, Sean Nielsen. From the ’70s on Ted played with many popular country music artists including Ernest Tubb, Bill Anderson, Connie Smith, David Frizzel, Exile, Alseep at the Wheel and others.
Rock - Pop - AC
Ted has a new EP, Ted Cline, coming out in the Fall of 2020. He travels and plays nation-wide and his genres include R&B, Americana, Country, Red Dirt Country and Classic Rock.
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