Country Music legend Roy Clark has reportedly passed away at the age of 85-years-old.

Roy Clark, Grammy, CMA and ACM award winner, Country Music Hall of Fame, Grand Ole Opry member and co-host of 'Hee Haw' passed away this morning. According to the official press release, Clark passes away "due to complications from pneumonia at home in Tulsa, Okla."

Clark was one of the most talented multi-instrumentalists the music world has ever seen. He is also credited with turning Branson, Mo., into the "live music capitol of the world."

From the official press release -

"Born Roy Linwood Clark on April 15, 1933 in Meherrin, Virginia, his family moved to D.C. when he was a youngster. His father played in a square dance band and took him to free concerts by the National Symphony and by various military bands. 'I was subjected to different kinds of music before I ever played. Dad said, 'Never turn your ear off to music until your heart hears it--because then you might hear something you like.'"

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