"A Conversation with Roy Clark" is set to be a humorous, intimate, and enlightening evening spent with a beloved icon of entertainment.

MIAMI – One of Country’s most beloved entertainers, Roy Clark, is bringing his singing, showmanship, instrumental prowess, and comedy to the historic Coleman Theatre Thursday, March 8 at 7 p.m.

“A Conversation with Roy Clark” is an up close and personal evening where fans can come listen to the stories from Hee Haw, the Beverly Hillbillies, the Grand Ole’ Opry, the Tonight Show, meeting Elvis, and of course, all the other musical legends he has met along the way. Fans will enjoy a rare look back at his life and memories, along with a few of Clark’s anecdotes.

Roy will be playing and singing with his own Super Picker Band, telling stories about his life and career, and will be taking questions from the audience.

For more than fifty years, Clark has pursued a middle-of-the-road musical approach, offering audiences an accessible country sound, pop standards, bluegrass tunes, movie themes, gospel favorites, and jazz numbers.

A highly regarded guitarist and banjo player, Clark is also skilled in classical guitar and several other instruments. He’s recognized as one of the world’s finest multi-instrumentalists and one of the first cross-over artists to land singles on both the pop and country charts.

Along the way, Roy has met and worked with so many greats of show business and headlined some of the world’s most prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Grand Palace in Brussels and the Rossiya Theatre in Moscow.

"A Conversation with Roy Clark" is set to be a humorous, intimate, and enlightening evening spent with a beloved icon of entertainment.

On April 15, 2017, Clark turned 84 years old. He and wife Barbara still live in Tulsa where he finds time to fish, fly his airplanes and ride motorcycles. At one time Roy Clark would be on the road 300 days a year. Today that number is considerably less but it’s not from a lack of trying.

“I’m supposed to be slowing down, but if I am, it’s not obvious to me yet,” said Clark.

Tickets are $30 for adults, $25 for senior citizens and $20 for students and children. Group rates are available. Facility fees will apply. For tickets, stop by the Coleman box office at 103 N. Main in Miami or call 918-540-2425.