Who remembers Hee Haw? Relive these top moments from the golden age of country music Associated Press
Entertainer Roy Clark (right) plays the fiddle during a taping of the syndicated television show "Hee Haw," June 27, 1983. Also playing is Roy Acuff, "the King of Country Music." (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Hee Haw was a long-running American musical comedy television program that originally aired on CBS beginning in 1969. Over the span of 585 episodes, it combined corny comedy skits with musical performances from many of the greatest legends of country, bluegrass and gospel music. Take a look back at some of the best performances from the golden age of country.

1. Roy Clark and Bobby Thompson

Bury Me Beneath The Willow

2. Loretta Lynn

Fist City


3. Charlie Pride

Is Anybody Goin to San Antone?

4. Waylon Jennings

Only Daddy That Will Walk The Line

5. Conway Twitty

Hello Darling

6. Charlie Rich

I Take It On Home / Behind Closed Doors

7. Tanya Tucker

Delta Dawn

Bonus: Blake Shelton

Saturday Night Life, January 2015

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G.W. Gammonley About the author:
G.W. Gammonley is a Florida-based freelance writer and photographer who also dabbles in the Real Estate industry. You can follow him on Twitter.
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