Free Music from Roy Clark

For years country singer/guitar player Roy Clark played the club circuit entertaining the crowds with his guitar and his personal brand of humor. Then he had a starring role on the long-running TV show Hee Haw, that featured many guest country music artists and cute skits. (The Library owns a few DVDs of The Hee Haw Collection). Freegal the free website paid for by the Beauregard Parish Library has free music from Roy Clark. Use your 5 free weekly downloads or 3 free hours of daily commercial-free streaming music to listen to or own Roy Clark’s music. Roy Clark also celebrates an April birthday.

  • Dance to the instrumentals “Weepin’Willow Twist” and “Wildwood Twist” from 60’s Party Dances and “Texas Twist” from Boys of Country.
  • Listen to the fast and frantic instrumentals “Under the Double Eagle” from Legends of Country Music: The Best of Austin City Limits, “Black Sapphire” from Roy Clark Live!, and “Twelfth Street Rag” from Classic Folk Masters.
  • Hear Roy play violin (otherwise known as the fiddle) on the lively “Orange Blossom Special” from Roy Clark Live!.
  • Enjoy Roy’s vocals on this beautiful, melancholy song called “Yesterday When I Was Young” from The Best of Roy Clark. It is a song about being young and full of life and yet never thinking to stop and fall in love until it is too late.
  • Laugh along with “Too Pooped to Pop” from Roy Clark Live!, a cute song about a kernel of corn who is too tired to turn into popcorn.
  • And last “Thank God and Greyhound” from The Best of Roy Clark, a tongue-in-cheek song about a man done wrong by his woman and suddenly she’s leaving and he looks sad but inside he couldn’t be happier.