The Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa

The historic Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa, owned and operated by Cowboy Jack Clement, may no longer be in its original location but the studio and his legacy live on through his children,
 Niles and Alison Clement.

For the past few years, Niles and Alison have been running The Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa from Alison's home in Mt. Juliet, TN.​ They have been busy listening, compiling, mixing and adding to the many master recordings that their CowDaddy left them. In addition to recording some new things as well!


We have outgrown our current location and are currently setting up shop in a new and wonderful spot!!  

We will be revamping our website, hanging out a sign and carrying on the Cowboy Jack Clement legacy 
in big FUN style!

Exciting Right???

We know that we have big shoes to fill.

We know that recapturing the presence and essence
 of Cowboy sounds impossible. 

We know that he was one of a kind. 

Who to carry on the torch better than his kids?

 We are up to the challenge.

 We had the BEST teacher!

Still possessing many of the archives and memorabilia from the original studio and a portion of the equipment, we will continue to offer a recording experience complete with stories and photographs of the musical institution 
that our Father cultivated for many years,
The Real Authentic
 Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa.
You can reach us by email at

Keep checking back here for updates 
on the great things to come. 

And remember our mantra:

We are in the FUN business, 
If we are not having FUN 
we are not doing our jobs!

Hello All, 

This post is being shared by Niles Clement and Alison Clement, the only children of the late Cowboy Jack Clement. These are difficult times we live in and there is so much turmoil in the world that we are praying about daily. We pray that all of our friends and family, near and far, are finding their peace in the new normal and that everyone is well and cared for. In spite of the tumultuous reality of the world as a whole, there are a few things going on in our camp that we just quite frankly want to share with you on this forum in hopes that we can get some clarity on how to proceed from people we respect and listen to. We want, always, to honor our Father, Cowboy Jack Clement and look to others that feel the same way for guidance and suggestions, especially in these troubled times.

With that said, the situation is this: In 2013 our Father, COWBOY Jack Clement, passed away. We have been gathering and cataloging and preserving the many items of memorabilia, audio works, video works, etc. that were left us by our Father and have begun several projects showcasing these items. We inherited all intellectual property and use of our Father’s name and likeness. As many of you know, our Father has most certainly left a mark on the world with his unique style, brand, music and endeavors. He has also been a beloved resident of Nashville for many years and his house, when he owned it, was a playground and musical forum for many friends and neighbors. Our Dad also recorded so much wonderful music in his home studio that he named after himself, The Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa. As sad as it is that he is gone, and the original location of his home studio has now been sold, his legacy lives on through his works and his children. 

Cut to the chase and the matter at hand: Our Father’s former home is now owned by the executor of our Father’s estate, who lives and operates his own music business there. He has decided to name his business The Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa and is seeking legal claim to the name, even though we have asked him to acknowledge that name and brand is owned by us. We feel that our Father IS the Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa at the location of OUR choice and that his identifying brand should be with us, his CHOSEN beneficiaries. 

So, what say you, Social Media, Family and Friends? Please help Niles and I with your thoughts and guidance. If you wish to respond anonymously, please e-mail us at 

Thank you all.