How old is Clarence White?
Clarence White was born on 7 June 1944. Clarence White would be 74 years old if were alive. Clarence White died on 15 July 1973 at the age of 29 years.
What was the exact age of Clarence White?
Clarence White's exact age was 29 years 1 month 8 days old. Clarence White lived for total 10,630 days.
What would be the exact age of Clarence White If Alive?
Clarence White's exact age would be 74 years 2 months 7 days old if Clarence White was alive . Total 27,096 days.
When is the next birthday of Clarence White?
Clarence White's next birthday is in 9 months 24 days.
What is the zodiac sign of Clarence White?
Zodiac sign of Clarence White is Gemini.
Clarence White was an important American country and folk-rock guitarist, who collaborated with many famous musicians and bands as well as was the member of "The Byrds". He was born as Clarence Joseph LeBlanc in summer 1944 and grew up in California. He is considered to be a prodigy in guitar playing since he started doing that at the age of 6 and demonstrated great success. He started as a member of "The Whites" band consisting of himself and his two brothers, and their music was an example of the country style. Clarence tried playing in his first bands as a guitarist and a banjoist as well. In the early 1960s, he joined the band named "The Kentucky Colonels", and took part in recording a few albums of theirs. Before "The Byrds", he played as a session guitarist with the bands "The Reasons" and "Gary Paxton's Band", etc. Clarence was invited to join "The Byrds" in summer 1968, and the five years of "The White-era" was marked by releasing a few successful albums, including "Dr. Byrds and Mr. Hyde", "Byrdmaniacs", "Farther Along", and others. Despite becoming a member of the band, Clarence White collaborated with plenty of rock and country musicians like Joe Cocker, Randy Newman, "The Everly Brothers", and many more. In winter of 1973, White left "The Byrds" and tried to assemble his own project. The ideas and plans for the future were broken down by the accident that took place in July 1973, when Clarence White was hit by a drunk driver while loading musical equipment into a car after the concert...