Terri Clark Tour 2020
Terri Clark Tour 2020 : Canadian country artist, Terri Clark (born August 5th, 1968) came storming out of her native land to find success in the North American country charts with her rootsy, honky tonk country.
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Born in Montreal, Canada, yet raised in Alberta, CLark grew up amongst a musical family, with her grandparents being former country stars, Ray and Betty Gauthier. Learning through her family’s musical tradition, Clark sought to pursue a career of her own, moving to Nashville, US in 1987.
After waltzing in to Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, a Nashville venue, Clark asked if she could sing, immediately impressing the management and landing herself a job as the club house’s singer. Despite gaining this position, Clark struggled to break into the music industry for several years but eventually landed a recording contract with Mercury Records in 1994.
Her eponymous debut arrived the following year, finding hits right from the outset. The singles “Better Things to Do,” “When Boy Meets Girl” and “If I Were You” all broke into the Top Ten, as well as being certified Gold. A support slot for George Strait also helped raise her profile, eventually finding herself nominated for a host of awards at the Academy of Country Music’s annual ceremony in 1996. She walked away with awards for ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Single of the Year,’ as well as Billboard Magazine’s ‘Top New Female Country Artist’ award.
Clark’s second record, “Just The Same,” appeared later in 1996, featuring the hit single, “Poor Poor Pitiful Me.” After two more successful albums, Clark released her greatest hits album, celebrating her ten years in the music industry. Following personal difficulties, Clark left Mercury Records, instead deciding to form her own label, Bare Tracks.
“Long Way Home” appeared in 2009, alongside the live DVD, “Live at Cedar Creek” released a year later. In 2011, Clark again moved labels, to the independent Humphead, for her eight record, “Roots and Wings.” Next, she recorded an album of duets, “Classic” in 2012, featuring Reba McEntire, Jann Arden and Tanya Tucker amongst others. Again releasing records on her own imprint, her tenth record, “Some Songs,” hit the shelves in 2014, finding success on country radio stations.