Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years [Photos]

Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
381964 02: Dick Clark is interviewed after announcing that actress Katie Fylnn has been selected as Miss Golden Globe for the upcoming 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards during a press conference November 16, 2000 in Beverly Hills, Ca. Flynn is the daughter of British actress Jane Seymour. (Photo by Vince Bucci/Newsmakers)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
HOLLYWOOD - CA, MARCH 11: Actor Dick Clark and wife Kari Wigton arrive at the The M&M's Brand City party on March 11, 2004 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
LOS ANGELES - NOVEMBER 14: Singer Rod Stewart (R) and producer Dick Clark pose at rehearsals for the 31st Annual American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium on Novebmer 14, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark selects a 45-record in his station record library in Philadelphia, Pa. on Feb. 3, 1959. The 29-year-old disc-jockey and television personality presents dance records on American Bandstand, a televised dance show devoted to young people and their music. (AP Photo)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
LOS ANGELES - MARCH 10: Executive producer Dick Clark speaks during the announcement of nominations for the 39th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on March 10, 2004 in Los Angeles, California. The awards show will be broadcast live on CBS on May 26 in Las Vegas. (Photo by Vince Bucci/Getty Images)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark is shown with his dog Mort in March 8, 1982. (AP Photo/Lennox Mclendon)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark, right, and Connie Francis are shown at a party in New York, March 1, 1982. Clark, who first catapulted Connie Francis to stardom in 1957 on his American Bandstand show, gave the party to celebrate Francis' appearance at Avery Fisher Hall, her first appearance in New York City in 15 years. (AP Photo/Mary Bloom)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
PASADENA, : Host Dick Clark introduces Michael Jackson during the taping of the "American Bandstand 50th...A Celebration" show, 20 April, 2002 in Pasadena, California. The show will air 03 May. AFP PHOTO/LEE CELANO (Photo credit should read LEE CELANO/AFP/Getty Images)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark, right, interviews New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg surrounded by New York City Police officers during New Year's celebrations late Wednesday night, Dec. 31, 2003, in times Square New York that took place under some of the tightest anti-terrorism measures in U.S. history. With the nation on high alert for possible terror attacks more police officers were on duty this year than last and police said after midnight that there were no reports of crowd trouble . (AP Photo/Ramin Talaie)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark films his wife Barbara and their son, Richard Augustus Clark II, at thier home in Drexel Hills, Pa., February 24, 1959. (AP Photo)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark, shown Dec. 1980, will report on the gala New Year?s celebration in New York City?s Times Square when the ABC-TV presents ?Dick Clark?s New Year?s Rockin? Eve 1981,?, December 31. (AP Photo)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark is seen in action as executive director of ABC-TV's new musical variety show, "Where The Action Is." June 28, 1965. Clark expects to gross between six and seven million dollars this year from his production complex of varied entertainment for teens. (AP Photo)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark is shown on March 8, 1982. (AP Photo)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark hosts Roxie Roker and Maria Gibbs on his show "The New 25,000. Pyramid." September 6, 1984. (AP Photo)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark is shown in 1985. (AP Photo/Nancy Kaye)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark, shown July 1,1960, hosts ?The Dick Clark Show? and ?American Bandstand,? both featuring the most popular pop music, songs and stars. (AP Photo)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark is shown in 1987. (AP Photo)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
"American Bandstand" host Dick Clark is shown, Sept. 1978. (AP Photo)
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Host of American Bandstand Dick Clark, left, and his guest Connie Francis are shown during taping of the show in Los Angeles, Calif., Sunday, Dec. 9, 1980. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
AP Photo/Dave Pickoff
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Dick Clark with Daryll Hall and John Oates in New York in 1983. (AP Photo/Dave Pickoff)
AP Photo/Dave Pickoff
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Broadcasting Legend Dick Clark Through The Years.
Michael Jackson and American Music Awards executive producer Dick Clark go over the show?s script during rehearsals for this year?s show, Saturday, Jan. 24, 1993 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Jackson is nominated for five awards and will open the show with a live performance. The awards, chosen by the American record-buying public, will be presented on the show which airs on Monday night on ABC. (AP Photo)
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One Comment

  1. mary1553 says:

    RIP Dick Clark. You will be missed

  2. Ellen says:

    When someone touches so many lives for decades and decades, Dick Clark and Rock n’ Roll will continue to live on…. May our #1 Music Icon RIP

  3. Mary Shaw says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting him eary 90’s, He was very sweet, Thanks too WCBSFM when they did a outdoor show on 6th ave🙂 I grew up running home from school, do some homework and then watch Amercian Bandstand. It was great though out the years to watch Rockin New Year’s Eve when I was home, or I recorded it, Just to see him. He will be missed, thought he would live much longer, sorry to lose a wonderful Legend!! Dick, RIP, Prayers out to his family, friends and fans of MUSIC!!! Thank you Dick for the Memories!!!

  4. Mary Shaw says:

    forgot to comment, Thanks for the wonderful tribute’s🙂 you guys ROCK!!!

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