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Tributes: Dick Clark

Thursday, April 19, 2012

It’s somehow fitting that Dick Clark seemed to defy the ravages of time – since he hosted the long-running show, “American Bandstand,” which helped bring rock’n’roll into the mainstream.  He also hosted the annual televised New Year’s Eve party every year since 1973 until 2004 – with a break for a stroke – but then continued in some capacity until this past December.  He died at the age of 82.  But he still lives on – through the magic of video and radio – including Leonard’s interview with him from May of 1997.

Dick Clark on the Leonard Lopate Show

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