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Guy and Susanna Clark (He, born 1941; she, born 1939)

Texans Guy and Susanna Clark, both singer/songwriters, first came to Nashville at the time that McGuire did, in 1972.  They became fast friends when McGuire shot the cover photographs for Guy’s first studio album Old Number One, which was released by RCA Records in 1975. In the 1970s, when this photograph was taken, the Clark’s Nashville home was a haven for emerging songwriters and musicians. Guy Clark has served as a mentor to many other songwriters, most notably Steve Earle and Rodney Crowell, and numerous artists have recorded Clark-penned songs.

Location portrait/Nashville


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