EVERY BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLE 1970- # 39: ” THEN SHE’S A LOVER”- ROY CLARK

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Every Billboard Hot 100 Single- 1970- ‘Then She’s A Lover”- Roy Clark. January 24, 1970- the final single to debut on January 24, 1970.

  • Single: “Then She’s A Lover”
  • Record Company: “Dot
  • Genre: Country
  • Written by : Bobby Russell
  • Time: 3:37
  • B-side: “Say Amen”
  • Album- Greatest Greatest Hits Vol. 2
  • Grade: C
  • Peaked at #94 spent 3 weeks in the Billboard Hot 100

Country music star Roy Clark is best remembered today for his stint as co-host on the cornball country music show Hee Haw. It’s a shame because Clark was a very talented musician as a guitarist, banjo player and fiddle player. On the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Chart- Clark had 6 Hot 100 singles – his only Top 40 hit being “Yesterday When I Was Young” #19 in 1969. On the Country Singles Chart he had 52 chart singles from  1963-89. Roy Clark died in November 2018 at the age of 85.

While “Then She’s A Lover” would be filed under country- it’s more easy listening and certainly doesn’t showcase Clark’s talents as a musician.

3 responses to “EVERY BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLE 1970- # 39: ” THEN SHE’S A LOVER”- ROY CLARK

  1. Yea this one didn’t showcase his playing. I listen to Roy like I listen to Jimi Hendrix…I like a good song but I want to hear them express themselves on guitar.

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