A recent inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame, internationally renowned instrumentalist and performer Roy Clark continues to perform the hits that made him famous and a household name.
Accompanied by Roy’s Toys (his band of many years), he treats audiences to such hits of his as “Yesterday, When I Was Young,” “Somewhere Between Love and Tomorrow,” “If I Had it to Do All Over Again,” and many others.
Roy Clark is a Virginia-born, multi-award-winning virtuoso, actor, vocalist, and philanthropist. He has headlined some of the world’s most prestigious venues, including Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, the Grand Palace in Brussels, and the Rossiya Theatre in Moscow. He has been decorated as the Entertainer of the Year and Comedy Act of the Year by the Academy of Country Music, as well as the Best Country Guitarist by Guitar Magazine and received a Grammy Award for his instrumental version of “Alabama Jubilee.”
Roy became a Grand Ole Opry member in 1987. He was a favorite recurring actor on the classic television sitcom The Beverly Hillbillies, which spawned several acting roles on television and in movies. Roy was the first country music artist to guest host Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show, and he also hosted the incomparable Hee Haw show for over two decades.
"It’s easy to see why Clark has transcended the generations to still be the figure that he is.” - Hybrid Magazine