Jay & Tammy Roy plus Clyde Smith
04/15/2016, Jay & Tammy Roy plus Clyde Smith Jay & Tammy Roy are highly talented professional musicians. They select styles of music that appeals to various generations. Their vocal and instrumental music selections span almost a century of American music. Their repertoire includes music from the Swing era, The Big Band Era, Classic Country, Western, Gospel, 50?s and 60?s Rock and Roll, Bluegrass and old favorites from the pop charts and artists. Jay has played music with Merle Travis, Freddie Fender and Chubby Wise. His first recording was a 45 record in 1968 in New Orleans on Bourbon St. Together, they have recorded 11 CD?s. They?ve entertained from Alaska to Maine, Canada to South Texas, Canada in Ontario, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, The Iles De La Madeleine (Que.) and across Newfoundland, Canada. In 1989, they were on the ?CBS This Morning Show? with Harry Smith and Paula Zahn in a segment about RV?ing in the U.S. They?ve appeared in Branson Missouri at the Branson Star Theater and are seen regularly on the nationally televised RFD-TV show, Midwest Country Show. Their next scheduled appearance will be on September 24, 2016. They won the 2010 Directors Choice Award at The Wahoo Country Music Show, in Wahoo, Nebraska, were inducted into the Gatesville Country Music Hall of Fame (GCM Hall of Fame) in 2013, and received the (GCM Hall of Fame) Golden Infinity Award for Master Musicians on April 17, 2015. They received many more awards, too numerous to mention. ________________________________________ Raised in a family of music, Clyde Smith sang and played music his entire life. Family gatherings always involved music, guitars and singing. When he started singing duets in church with his brother, they had to stand on an apple box to see over the pulpit. He was often involved in local church and school activities where his music talent was needed. While in the Navy, he played with bands on the West Coast, Hawaii, and in the Philippines. Since then, his music has taken him from San Diego to Prince Edward Island and from Seattle to Pensacola. Clyde?s lyrical style is both funny and intensely deep, written from a lifetime of experiences, humor, family triumphs and losses. He is well loved by many, both far and near. His song, ?Have you ever been to Pearl, Texas? was used as the theme song for Nystic Films documentary ?Unbroken ? The Pearl Blue Grass Circle? which has garnered several film festival awards including Best Documentary at Texan Dance International Film Festival and Alaska International Film Festival.