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One of my dad's favorite shows, him and Buck could come up with some outfits, but the late sixties early seventies it was all about flash and bling(not a word then).


PS ~ Hubby & I often watch reruns of Hee Haw. I think it's on YouTube, or else Netflix.


Roy Clark was certainly a genius among country musicians. I loved hearing his music, even though almost all of his songs were "tear-jerkers" that always made me cry. Blessings to his family, & may he Rest in Peace. Thank you OMM, for sharing this picture/puzzle with us. Gina



I just heard on the news that he passed today. Remembered that you'd posted this puzzle, so came back to do Roy Clark honor. Thank you, OMM.


I enjoyed him and his music. He played twelve string guitar. We will miss him, but his music will
always be there for us. Thank you OMM. Bev. 11-15-18..5:40 p.m.


Roy Clark, 85, the country music Hall of Famer and Hee Haw star died Thursday (Nov. 15) of complications from pneumonia at his home in Tulsa, Okla.

Image courtesy Time Life
Clark was a popular TV musician and comedian, including a memorable rendition of Malaguena on the Odd Couple in the 1970s and countless TV variety show guest shots. But it was for his lightning-fast picking, ever-present, often sheepish, grinning, and sweet-natured humor on the music/comedy staple Hee Haw for almost a quarter of a century for which he will be best, and most fondly, remembered by Baby Boomers.
Clark was born in Meherrin, a little town in southwestern Virginia.


VERY underrated as a 'string bender', in my opinion. Dude could flat-out play.

May he rest in peace.

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