Results for - Roy Clark
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Country Music Hall of Fame member, singer, instrumentalist and actor Roy Clark died on November 15, 2018 at age 85 due to complications with pneumonia.
1. How do you best remember Roy Clark?
Band member and comic relief on The Jimmy Dean Show
His portrayal of Cousin Roy on television sitcom The Beverley Hillbillies
.Co-host (and, for a while, sole host) of country-centric music-and-comedy TV show Hee Haw
Occasional substitute host for The Tonight Show during Johnny Carson's tenure as its main host
Masterful player of guitar, banjo, fiddle and other instrumernts
Singer of numerous country, and occasionally pop crossover, radio hits.
The first country music figure to open a theater in the family friendly entertainment center of Branson, Missouri, U.S.A.
Namesake of the Roy Clark Signature Guitar, sold via TV ads in the 1990's
Something other than the distinctions listed above
I've too little or no recollection of Roy Clark to intelligently answer the question.
2. For all of his media exposure-or, perhaps, at least in part because of it-Clark wasn't the prolific presence on country radio that some of his contemporaries from the 1960s's-'70's were. But he did have several memorable hits. Which of his big singles listed below do you enjoy?
Yesterday When I Was Young
I Never Picked Cotton
Come Live With Me
The Lawrence Welk-Hee Haw Counter-Revolution Polka
The Tip of My Fingers
Thank God and Greyhound
If I Had To Do It All Over Again
Other/s of his (which I may mention in a comment)
Thanks for the points, but I never cared for Clark's music.
3. Not long after Clark's passing, it dawned on me that many of his Hee Haw co-stars have passed on as well. Which of these departed Hee Haw cast mates of Clark's did you enjoy seeing on the show?
I didn't watch/enjoy Hee Haw.
11/23/2018 Celebrities 1946 32 By: jlrake