Clancy Hayes was one-of-a-kind singer, banjo-player,
composer and life long entertainer, Hayes was also among the creators of
the West Coast Traditional Jazz revival in the 1940s.
In the 1950s as
a member of Bob Scobey’s Frisco Jazz Band Clancy became widely popular
and a mentor to younger musicians.
Clancy Hayes Archive
Peter Clute, friend to Clancy and one-time protege
Daphne King, Clancy's former songwriting partner and one-time companion
Lifelong singer, songwriter,
band musician, minstrel and troubadour.
CLANCY HAYES 1A.mp3
CLANCY HAYES 1B.mp3
CLANCY HAYES 2A.mp3
CLANCY HAYES 2B.mp3
CLANCY HAYES 3A.mp3
CLANCY HAYES 3B.mp3
More about Clancy, this site
A special online collection of Clancy Hayes photos, letters and memorablia is available from the San Francisco Traditional Jazz Foundation: