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Roy Clark, RIP

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Jimruth, Nov 15, 2018.


  1. Jimruth

    Jimruth Supporting Member

  2. dwm74

    dwm74

    Nov 8, 2009
    Phoenix, AZ
    Just saw that. Bummer. One of the most multi-talented musicians in our time.

    Even as a hard rock/heavy metal guitarist in my younger days, I still had the utmost respect for his playing and abilities, and would try on occasion to learn some of his stuff. RIP.
     
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  3. mellowinman

    mellowinman Free Man

    Oct 19, 2011
    Minneapolis
    Maybe the greatest guitar player to ever live.
     
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  4. D M C

    D M C Oh good god, this again? Supporting Member

    Feb 19, 2015
    North America, Earth
    On the threshold of a verge on the brink.


    RIP Roy.
     
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  5. mrpackerguy

    mrpackerguy Supporting Member

    Jul 3, 2004
    Madison, Wisconsin
    Helluva picker
     
  6. Funky Ghost

    Funky Ghost Translucently Groovy

    Certainly in the conversation. I wouldn't limit him to just that though, he was a fine fiddle player as well as mandolin and banjo. If it has strings he could shred on it.
     
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  7. bluesblaster

    bluesblaster

    Jan 2, 2008
    I don't know if anyone here remembers but he and Glen Campbell used to be on the Carson show and they would do a duet of sorts , one standing behind the other and just one guitar between them. Pretty fun to watch, its probably on youtube somewhere. Growing up we were often at my Grandparents house and we would always watch Hee Haw, preceded my the Lawrence Welk show. Looking back I guess its where I gained my appreciation for genuine country music. Saw some of the CMA's last night on TV and didn't recognize what is suppose to pass as "country music" sounded more like pop rock to me.
     
  8. bluesblaster

    bluesblaster

    Jan 2, 2008
    one of the great American entertainer/musicians

    thanks for the laughs and the great music
     
  9. He was super talented, not my type of music but no denying his mad-skills.

    He was probably the most famous person I've ever met and he could not have been nicer or more sincere to talk to for those few minutes.
     
  10. bassdude51

    bassdude51 "You never even called me by my name." Supporting Member

    Nov 1, 2008
    Central Ohio
    Such talent! Played many instruments. Radiated positive and fun energy! Good-bye Roy!!!!!!!!!
     
  11. When I was a young boy my parents used to let me stay up late when certain musicians were coming on Johnny Carson.


    Roy was at the top of that list. RIP sir.
     

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