NA 3375

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NA 3375 (local)
Alternate Title
Kathleen M. Clark Interview (Alternative Title)
June 1 2005 (Recording date)
Kathleen M. Clark, interviewed by Clifford R. Murphy, June 1, 2005 at her home in St. Albans, Maine.  Kathleen is the widow of country music star Yodelin’ Slim Clark and used to perform with him as “Dr. Kathy.” Clark talks about Slim: meeting him; what he was like; his love of painting, camping, hunting, fishing and performing songs; recording music; working with WABI radio and television; performing in New England; bluegrass festivals; his son Wilf; how his heart surgery affected him; Dick Curless; Rusty Rogers; Kenny Roberts; Johnny White; Wilf Carter; his first wife Celia; Hal Lone Pine; Betty Cody; Gene and Flo Hooper; yodeling; becoming a Catholic; his family; Jewel Clark; Walkway of Stars (Country Music Hall of Fame); Western Music Hall of Fame; biggest hits; pitching for Boston Braves; Mike Preston; Georgia Mae; Larry Sullivan.
Creator and/or Contributor
Clifford Murphy (interviewer)
Copyright Notice
Copyright to this resource is held by the Maine Folklife Center and is provided here for educational purposes only. Commercial use or distribution of the item is not permitted without prior permission of the copyright holder. Please contact the Maine Folklife Center at UMaine for permissions.
74 (minutes)
28 (pages)
English | anglais [info:lc/vocabulary/iso639-2/eng.html] (Languages)
Other Subject Headings
country music (Local)
yodeling (Local)
Temporal Coverage
1917 - 2000 (Yodeling Slim Clark's life span)
Geographic Coverage
New England (Local)
Preferred Citation
Clark, Kathleen M. interviewed by Clifford R. Murphy. June 1, 2005. NA 3375. Maine Folklife Center, University of Maine.
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Clifford Murphy (interviewer)