Bob CLARK (1984)
1938 – Born on February 26th
1952 – Bob started to learn
the guitar. The family moved to
where he entered numerous talent quests and reached the finals
in 3KZ’s “Swallow Shows”.
A meeting with Alan and Russ Hawking led to his
appearance on the “Trail Blazers”, a half hour weekly program.
Bob became a regular for two years whilst working in advertising
during the day.
1968 – Moved to
and formed what was to become the first resident country music
band for the “Travelodge Oxley Room Restaurant”, “The Oxley
This band also provided backing on many club and country
He also hosted his own live half-hour radio program.
Early 1970’s – Recorded 2 EP’s for Hadley. Toured with
he became a regular musician providing lead and rhythm guitar on
Bob plays bass, pedal steel, dobro and lead and rhythm
Moved to Coffs
and recorded “The Three Bells” album for “Country Records”.
1984 – Inducted into the Hands of Fame.