OneStat.com Web Analytics

Timeless: The Classic Concert Performances

roy-clark.jpg

Roy Clark is one of the last of the great all-around entertainers—singer, multi-instrumentalist, comedian, he’s always done it all. Timeless offers up plenty of evidence for that, capturing the then-star of Hee Haw in his 1970s onstage prime backed by a hot-to-trot band. (The tracks here are drawn more or less equally from 1972’s Roy Clark Live! and 1976’s In Concert.) Whether tossing out a self-deprecating joke or ripping a blazing solo on guitar, fiddle or banjo—or doing both at once, as on “Orange Blossom Special”—Roy is in fine form throughout these 17 tracks.

Don’t miss an issue! Subscribe to Nash Country Weekly.

Comments

Recent Music Posts More

More News

Nashville radio personality Bill Cody shines a light on the new Grand Ole Opry movie, American Saturday Night.
Brothers Osborne, Old Dominion also shine for industry attendees.
Baby boy arrives this morning.
The Nashville Ballet partners with Bluebird Cafe for a special City of Dreams performance.
The country legend sang at a funeral in Texas.