Clay Eager

Clay Eager

Clay Eager (Wilbur Carl Eagy) was a frequent performer in the 1950's on WLW's Renfro Valley Barn Dance, the Midwestern Hayride and more. His rockabilly classic "Helen Jo" was written for his wife, Helen Jo Eager. In 1961, Cincinnati radio station WCKY-AM began broadcasting the live WCKY Ohio Jamboree from Madison Lake Park in London, Ohio with Clay Eager as the emcee and featuring both country and bluegrass music. Clay recorded many of his fellow performers on his Karl label as well as other labels. Eager-Wood Productions was Clay Eager and his father-in-law, “Pops” Wood. Pops was in charge of the engineering at the jamboree and in the studio.


Clay Eager Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

45-7077 Clay Eager Don't Come Crying On My Shoulder (7", Single, Mono) Republic (3) 45-7077 US 1954 Sell This Version
CE-22 Clay Eager Forgotten Blues / Helen Jo / Skidrow / Never Ramble(7", EP) Karl Records (2) CE-22 US 1956 Sell This Version
100 Clay Eager Railroader's Blues / I'm A Lookin' Fer Some Lovin(7", Single) Not On Label 100 US 1956 Sell This Version
9000 Clay Eager With Sunnie Lee* Clay Eager With Sunnie Lee* - Down By A Little Stream / Tv Boogie (Blues Style)(7", Single) Karl Records (2) 9000 US 1958 Sell This Version
254 Clay Eager My Guitar And I / Just Like Tonight(7", Single) Sage Records (4) 254 US Unknown Sell This Version

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