'Hee Haw' Co-Host Roy Clark Died of Pneumonia Complications

The country music veteran, whose hit singles include 'Come Live with Me', has passed away at the age of 85 at his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma on November 15.

AceShowbiz - Country music veteran Roy Clark has died.

The 85-year-old singer and guitarist, who co-hosted long-running variety series "Hee Haw" with Buck Owens, passed away on Thursday, November 15, of pneumonia complications at his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

"Hee Haw" launched in 1969 and ran for three seasons on America's CBS network before hitting its stride as a syndicated show, finally ending in 1997.

Clark's longtime co-host Owens died in 2006.

Roy also had a long run of success on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart from 1963 to 1984, scoring 50 hit singles, including "Come Live with Me", which hit number one in 1973. He also scored nine top 10 albums on the country album chart.

His biggest pop hit was "Yesterday", "When I Was Young", in 1969.

Virginia native Clark was also a frequent guest on Johnny Carson's "The Tonight Show".

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