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Roy Clark 

Thursday, May 11, at 7 and 9 p.m. Ameristar Casino's Bottleneck Blues Bar (1260 South Main Street, St. Charles)

While some may only hazily place Roy Clark as co-host (alongside the late Buck Owens) of the long-syndicated, moonshine-loopy variety show Hee Haw, the classic-country star continues to build his legacy — as a guitar and banjo virtuoso, Grand Ole Opry statesman, the first popular entertainer to open a namesake theater in Branson and author of such hits as "Thank God and Greyhound" and "Yesterday, When I Was Young." Generation gap or not, audiences of all ages will immediately recognize Clark as a unparalleled showman.

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