One year ago today, Dick Clark died at the age of 82. Remember “America’s Oldest Teenager” with a look back at his incredible legacy.
“I just remember his friendship, his kindness,” Wonder told the crowd at LA’s Nokia Theatre last night (November 18). “And I remember his love for music, his love for people.”
This Sunday’s live show will mark the event’s 40th anniversary and will showcase a tribute to Dick Clark by soul legend Stevie Wonder.
It’s been less than a week since legendary TV mogul Dick Clark‘s passing, and as many mourn his great loss in the entertainment world, his former neighbor and TV legend in her own right, Shirley […]
I had the privilege of directing Dick Clark in television commercials for 17 years. But the real privilege was to be able to call him my mentor and friend… and to have him consider me […]
In 2009, Dick Clark co-founded a website, dickclarkonline.com, to coincide with his syndicated radio programs and was also a place where he wrote his own blogs about music. In his last article written on April […]
For those of who grew up waiting for our weekly editions of Soul Train and American Bandstand every Saturday morning, today’s passing of Dick Clark follows the death of Don Cornelius as one more chapter […]
Musicians and entertainers from all genres and several generations took to Twitter to express their sadness over the passing of legendary radio and television personality Dick Clark. Artists whose careers have spanned decades and whose […]
During an 1986 appearance from the rising new wave band Nu Shooz on American Bandstand, Dick Clark gave Gary Bryan a shout out during his interview with the band! Gary was responsible for first playing […]
This morning, The K-EARTH 101 Morning Show is featuring some of the biggest classic artists that were fortunate to get their start by appearing on American Bandstand with Dick Clark and their memories of the […]