I wonder if Roy will stop in to visit Bobby Goldsboro at The Villages/Savannah Center while in town for the Orange Blossom Opry concerts on January 14-15, 2012.
Roy's bus had problems on the way down to Florida so he didn't have time to do any visiting. Maybe next time.
How is the best way to contact Roy Clark ?
The best way to get in touch with Roy is to write a letter to the address on the Contact Page of his website - thesuperpicker.com
How can I obtain an autographed picture? How much are they, and does Mr. Clark sign them himself, or does one of his staff members sign for him?
The best way is to send a letter to the address on the Contact page of his website - thesuperpicker.comHe doesn't let anyone sign his name. Roy personally signs everything.
I love Roy Clark and my dying wish is to meet him in person! He is so precious he just glows. God blessed him with such awesome talents and he didn't hide them under a rock. I thank God that we were entertained and given a reason to smile when listened to his music. God bless you, Mr Clark!!! This Bama girl loves you!
I have been a fan of your's for over 40 years. I think you are so special. Met you back in 1969 in RI and then again while you played in Worcester, MA Even met Virgil Sandusky that day with you. Will you ever play thecasino in CT again?
I HAVE BEEN A FAN OF ROY'S SINCE THE HEE HAW DAYS AND WONDER IF WE ARE LIKELY TO SEE HIM ANYTIME SOON IN THE DALLAS TEXAS AREA- HIS LIVE ALBUMS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN MY FAVORITES. ONE QUESTION , DID ROY EVER RECORD ANY ALBUMS OR SONGS ANOTHER OF MY ALL TIME GREAT GUITAR PICKERS- THE LATE , GREAT, JERRY REED? IF SO , IS IT STILL AVAILABLE- THANK YOU AND PLEASE THANK ROY FOR A LIFETIME OF JOY FROM HIS FINE PERFORMANCES- CHRIS COCHRAN- DALLAS , TX
Does anyone know how old roy clark is today in the year 2012 ? He has to be over 80 by now.
He turns 79,today, April 15
Dear Mr. Clark,Thanks to you and your staff for opening this blog!This week, I wrote a blog posting about your incredible work, especially as it relates to your ability to synergize country, blues, and jazz music, and how timeless your playing truly is. Should you wish to read and/or comment on it, I would be honored. It is also on Blogspot at http://timkatent.blogspot.com. I look forward to checking in on new events here.Best wishes in music,Kathryn Ballard Shut Twitter: @timkatentEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
mr. clark, as an IGNORANT teenager in the 70's, i was cock sure that only led zeppelin, jimi hendrix, the who, etc were the only worthy musicians. i discovered the repeats of "hee haw" on rfd-tv, and now with a more mature, open minded ear and eye, i discovered one of the greatest stringed instrument players the world has ever known. along with bobby thompson, grandpa jones, stringbean, and the many guests, i again realized: "youth is wasted on the wrong people".sadly, arrogant ignorance is not.well, better late than never, and you are still on this planet to maybe read this.with awe, and fasination, i post this.thankyou for sharing your AWESOME talent.bob email@example.com
Hey Roy! A number of years ago you recorded an LP titled "Stringing along with the blues" - Isn't it time to record another Blues instrumental CD?
I have been playing Classical and Flamenco guitar for over 40 years. I first wanted to play as a child after watching the odd couple episode with Roy Clark. I was a young boy. Roy Clark is a genius. I just wish some day I could him. I also love how he pays violin. Thanks Mr. Clark.
Thank you Mr. Clark...some of my most treasured memories are sitting with my Grandparents in their living room watching you play and sing on Hee Haw and various other programs. (and my Mom and I LOVED you on the Beverly Hillbillies as well!) Thank you for coming into our homes and giving us such beautiful music/singing...and some of the most memorable entertainment ever!
Roy ws born in Virginia, family moved to Washington, DC on 1st street s.e. for work. Entire family played stringed instruments on the front porch. Mom, Dad Brother Sister etc. Jimmy Dean was stationed at Bolling AFB and would come to the house and pick. I think the first gig they did was at the Stagecoach in Anacostia, then to 14th st NW at Starlight[?] Showed up on Hee-Haw in the 60's. He married, lived in Davidsonville, Md, divorced, remarried. I remember he locked us in a teen center tower in Highlands. Always laughing and a prankster. Lot of fun.
Thank you so much Mr. Clark! When I am stressed or blue I put on your guitar music....Thank you for sharing your talent with all of us....you are a blessing in our lives, and the lives of our children and grandchildren too. Now they know what really great guitar playing is!
Roy, When are you going to cut some new instrumentals?
Happy Birthday Roy!
Seems so few have made their way to this site and left a comment for truly a true hero of our music culture...so many more people need to give this man their comments on how "HE" the Superpicker has changed their lives....ONE man has done what so many others have done but choose drugs and such to be a run away figure while this MAN has defined greatness with such kindness and style....As anyone on this earth should know....ROY CLARK you are TRULY a REMARKABLE entertainer BUT...YOU ARE TRULY a SUPER MAN...GOD BLESS YOU And MAY YOUR FAMILY know this..THANKS for SHARING Him with US
Hey Roy, are you going to be on tour soon?
ROY ARE YOU GOING TO BE ON TOUR SOON?