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With today's passing of 'American Bandstand' and 'New Year's Rockin' Eve' host Dick Clark, tributes have been pouring in via Twitter for the man dubbed “The World's Oldest Teenager.” The testimonials are coming from friends, fellow music business impresarios, artists who appeared on his shows and those who grew up watching him on television. Below is a sample.


REMEMBERING OUR FRIEND DICK CLARK “As a little boy I sat transfixed to our television every afternoon and…


Back in the 1960s the pop culture catchphrase was “Never trust anyone over 30″. Dick Clark was trustworthy all the way home. Rock on Sir! AW


Very saddened about the loss of Dick Clark. We hosted the very first Rockin' New Years Eve; truly honored to have worked with him.


RIP Dick Clark…He produced the first Monkees tour in 1967…A legend~


Rest in Peace my good friend Dick Clark. A pioneer who’s mark on American culture will be felt forever.


With my friend Dick Clark..American Bandstand 1985 Sheila E Interview:

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RIP Dick Clark, we thought you'd live forever! Rockin the heavens and beyond!


Deeply saddened by the loss of good friend Dick Clark. While his legacy will live on, New Years Eve will NEVER be the same. -Barbara


Rest in Peace Dick Clark a true American Legend and fellow Utica, New York native..


Dick Clark. A Great Philadelphian. Thank You Very Much!


Dick Clark. RIP


RIP Dick Clark. For so many of us, you set the standard for music, radio and business.


Alice remembers Dick Clark – “NOBODY loved rock n roll more than Dick Clark!” Read his full statement: