Clay Hart (Henry Clay Hart III)

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Providence, Rhode Island, USA
What exactly is a city boy doing singing country music and, in the meantime, so darn good at it? Just ask Rhode Island native Clay Hart, whose singing and songwriting won him legions of fans on the long-running The Lawrence Welk Show (1955) and later in Nashville and on the stage. After graduating from Amherst College in Massachusetts, Clay moved to New York City, first working in a record shop and on Wall Street to pay the bills, while in his spare time, sang in nightclubs and bars hoping to catch his big break. It came in 1968. Read more...