Back in 1973, a variety of greats gave a stellar performance of the gospel tune “I’ll Fly Away.” The Hee Haw show had always featured gospel singers performing gospel songs and church song standards. And in one memorable episode, Roy ...

Featured in and further popularized through the 1972 film “Deliverance,” “Dueling Banjos” has quite a fascinating history. First Release The tune was originally composed and played by Country star Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith in 1955 with the title, “Feudin’ Banjos.” ...

Great tunes are always those that tell stories. One that has not lost its appeal is Flatt and Scruggs’s “The Ballad of Jed Clampett,” the famed theme song for the TV show, The Beverly Hillbillies, which ran in 1962. Both the ...

It’s only been a few months when country music let go of one of its legends, Roy Clark. Today, he’s supposed to be celebrating his 86th birthday. But even if the late musician is no longer around, his great legacy ...

Back when TV entertainment got substance, Roy Clark was among the conscientious artists who have no qualms incorporating spiritual songs in his acts. Together with Grandpa Joe, Buck Owens, and Kenny Price, Clark would sing timeless hymns to close Hee ...

Popularly known for his speedy lightning fingers, country singer and musician Roy Clark once again showed off his guitar prowess as he takes on another country classic. An extremely skilled guitar and banjo player, Clark also had a talent in comedy. ...