Massachusetts-born Yodeling Slender Clark (originally Raymond LeRoy Clark) was among the finest vocalists in cowboy and traditional western music through the ’40s. He stated that he understood he wished to be considered a cowboy vocalist by age group eight, and discovered to play electric guitar and sing hearing information. He started his professional profession in 1937, performing throughout central Massachusetts. He started appearing frequently on place WKNE Keene, New Hampshire, in 1941, starting his recording profession five years afterwards for the Continental label, where he cut the majority of his information, which feature just Clark performing, yodeling, and playing his electric guitar. The tracks were generally traditional cowboy and folk music, plus a few Wilf Carter tracks plus some originals, frequently co-written with Pete Roy. From 1952-1967, Clark got radio and tv shows at WABI Bangor, Maine. He cut four singles for Doc Williams’ Wheeling label in 1953 and afterwards made an record for the Canadian Arc label. In 1965, Clark documented a few exceptional albums for Palomino information, afterwards learning to be a well-known painter of woodland moments.