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From Eddie Ray Hall and Otto Zehm, Doug Clark brings music to the news

Former SR columnist Doug Clark, photographed during Street Music Weein in June, has a new song to debut at Pig Out in the Park: “The Ballad of Rachel Dolezal.” Clark and his band, the Trailer Park Girls, will play the Clocktower stage at 2:30 p.m. Monday. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
Former SR columnist Doug Clark, photographed during Street Music Weein in June, has a new song to debut at Pig Out in the Park: “The Ballad of Rachel Dolezal.” Clark and his band, the Trailer Park Girls, will play the Clocktower stage at 2:30 p.m. Monday. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

Over the years, former Spokesman-Review columnist Doug Clark frequently put his musing to song, especially when it came to some of Spokane’s most famous, and infamous, citizens. Here are his past tracks.

‘The Ballad of Rachel Dolezal’

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‘Video Girl’

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‘September in the Rain’

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‘Jailhouse Cop’

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‘Goodbye Eddie Ray Hall’

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‘On the Lam Again’

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‘Stand by your Klan’

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‘Jump Jive Mosquito Blues’

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‘Lock the Barn Song’

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‘Cattle Cars That Fly’

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‘Life Goes On’

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‘The Ballad of Paul and the Fair’

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Duane B. Hagadone Blues

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‘The Ballad of Eddie Ray Hall’

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‘Knock Three Times’

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‘Ballad of Otto Zehm’

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