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Dick Clark Dead At 82 – Began His Career On Radio In Utica

From Flickr user Alan Light

Dick Clark who began working on the radio in Utica at 1150AM and became one of the most beloved figures in American entertainment and music is dead at the age of 82.According to TMZ Clark died this morning from a massive heart attack. He suffered a bad stroke a few years back and was working til his final day. Dick Clark made a name for himself as host of the long running show “American Bandstand ” on ABC-TV. Dick Clark is survived by his three children and his wife Kari Wigton.

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