Country singer Roy Clark dead at age 85

Roy Clark has died at age 85. Photo: 2911 Media

TUSLSA, Okla., Nov. 5, 2018 (Gephardt Daily) — Country singer and guitar picker Roy Clark has died at age 85.

Clark, perhaps best known for the long-running series “Hee Law,” died at his Oklahoma home on Thursday due to complications from pneumonia.

Clark, winner of a Grammy, Country Music Award and a American Country Music Award, was a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and of the Grand Ole Opry.

Clark’s best-known songs include “Yesterday, When I Was Young,” “The Tips Of My Fingers,” “Come Live With Me,” “Somewhere Between Love And Tomorrow” and “If I Had It To Do All Over Again.”

Buck Owens and Roy Clark (right), hosts of “Hee Haw.” Photo: 2911 Media

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