Clinton lived in Fayetteville during the 1970s, working as a law professor. He and Hillary Clinton were married in a small home on California Boulevard in 1975 and that house has since been turned into a museum honoring the Clinton family.
The documentary Clinton will narrate is called, "Up Among the Hills, the story of Fayetteville" and is written and produced by University of Arkansas Journalism Professor Larry Foley.
According to a University of Arkansas news release, Foley and his team have spent the past two years researching and filming the documentary which will premier at the Fayetteville Public Library this fall at a black tie gala on Friday, October 19th.
As part of the production, the Rodney Block Quartet of Little Rock will perform a tribute to Buddy Hayes on March 24th from 6:30 to 9:30 at the Legacy Blues Club in Fayetteville.
Hayes was a beloved figure in Fayetteville in the 20th century, playing a unique style of jump blues for white and black audiences from the 1930s through the 60s. A shoe shine man at the U of A Barber Shop by day, and a jazz musician by night, Hayes was lovingly known as the "Mayor of Dickson Street" and even has a Fayetteville park named in his honor.