Roger Clark to be Honored with Music Hall of Fame Bronze Star in December

By  | December 7, 2017 | Filed under: News

TUSCUMBIA-Join the Alabama Music Hall of Fame, December 10 at 1:30pm in celebrating the career of
drummer Roger Clark with the unveiling of a bronze star in his honor.
Earning his first paying gig at age 14, Roger Clark quickly earned a reputation as a skilled,
dynamic percussionist. A legendary Muscle Shoals and Nashville studio drummer, Roger
has over 30 Gold and Platinum records to his credit, lending his talent to artists such as
Hank Williams, Jr., Amy Grant, Conway Twitty, The Osmonds, Mac Davis, Paul Anka, Tom
Jones, Roy Orbison, Ronnie Milsap, The Temptations, Eddy Raven, Earl Thomas Conley, B.J.
Thomas, Billy Joe Royal, The Muscle Shoals Horns, Travis Wammack, Nancy Sinatra, and
countless others. Roger played on the first chart topping country single to come out of
Muscle Shoals, Narvel Felts ‘Reconsider Me.’ Roger has also been a touring drummer with
Steve Miller Band, as well as The HooDoo Rhythm Devils, touring extensively with Journey,
The Tower of Power and The Pointer Sisters. He appeared on The Tonight Show With
Johnny Carson twice and played the Opry with Hank, Jr.
“Recognizing Roger in this way is long overdue. Roger has been a part of many
unforgettable hits, and is more than deserving of this honor,” said Dixie Griffin, Hall of
Fame Director. “We are expecting many of Roger’s talented music friends to be present to
honor him.”
This Bronze Star Unveiling is open to the public- for more information call the AMHOF at
(256) 381-4417.

Media Release/AMHOF

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