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Gene Clark’s height is 5ft 11in (1.80 m)

Harold Eugene “Gene” Clark (November 17, 1944 – May 24, 1991) was an American singer-songwriter and founding member of the folk rock band The Byrds. Clark was The Byrds’ dominant songwriter between 1964 and early 1966, penning most of the band’s best-known originals from this period, including “I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better”, “She Don’t Care About Time”, “Set You Free This Time”, and “Eight Miles High”. He created a large catalogue of music in several genres, but failed to achieve solo commercial success. Clark was one of the earliest exponents of psychedelic rock, baroque pop, newgrass, country rock and alternative country.

Gene Clark

First Name: Gene
Last Name: Clark
Birth Full Name: Harold Eugene Clark
Born: 17 November, 1944
Birthplace: Tipton, Missouri, USA
Died: 24 May, 1991
Death Location: Sherman Oaks, California, USA
Cause of Death: Heart Attack
Height: 5ft 11in (1.80 m)
Build: Average
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: Singer, Songwriter
Genre: Country rock,folk rock,psychedelic rock,folk,country,bluegrass,baroque pop
Music Genre: Pop/Rock
Filmography: The Byrd Who Flew Alone: The Triumphs and Tragedy of Gene Clark (2013), Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap (2012), Acoustic at the BBC (2011), The Marty Stuart Show (2010, TV Show), American Soundtrack: This Land Is Your Land (2002, TV Movie), From the Earth to the Moon (1998, TV Show), Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997), Daria (1997, TV Show), The Beatles Anthology (1995, TV Show), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990, TV Show), Purple Haze (1982), The Farmer (1977), Rock Concert (1973, TV Show), The American Dreamer (1971), Shindig! (1964, TV Show), Hollywood a Go Go (1964, TV Show), The Byrd Who Flew Alone: The Triumphs and Tragedy of Gene Clark (2013), Rock Icons: Psychedelic High (2001), Playboy After Dark (1969, TV Show), The Big T.N.T. Show (1966), Ready, Steady, Go! (1963, TV Show), Thank Your Lucky Stars (1961, TV Show), The Ed Sullivan Show (1948, TV Show)
Gene Clark Quote: The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation. I can’t contrive a song. View More Gene Clark Quotes

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