Clint Black Tour Schedule
Few events in music are as thrilling as seeing a true country music legend hit the stage
and perform all of his or her hit songs to a crowd full of devoted fans singing along to every word. This is precisely what
occurs at a Clint Black concert and if you have yet to see him live, now is your chance as he has lined up tour dates that
will bring him to audiences across the United States. Be sure to catch Clint Black on his current tour because you never know
when the next time a superstar of his magnitude will come to your town.
Friday January 10th Clint Black will play the
Paramount Theatre in Rutland, Vermont but the tour really heats up in February as he heads west. Sunday February 9th will
see Clint playing at Lincoln Center Performance Hall in Fort Collins, Colorado followed by a February 13th date at Smith Center
in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 16th will be the beginning of Clint's California stay as he plays Sycauan Casino in El Cajon, California
followed by a stop in Napa at Uptown Theatre on the 26th. A March 28th date at North Shore Center for the Performing Arts
in Skokie, Illinois follows, preceding an April 14th show at Englert Civic Theatre in Iowa City, Iowa. Be sure to check StubHub
regularly for all of Clint Black's upcoming tour dates.
About the Artist
Clint Black is a Texas based
country superstar who has released over 100 songs since getting his start in the music business in 1983. He has had more than
thirty singles break into the Billboard country music chart and thirteen number one hits. He has released nine studio albums:
Killin' Time, Put Yourself in My Shoes, The Hard Way, No Time to Kill, One Emotion, Nothin' but the Taillights, D'Lectrified,
Spend My Time, and Drinkin' Songs and Other Logic. He has also ventured into acting and has appeared on the television shows
Wings, Las Vegas, Celebrity Apprentice, The Larry Sanders Show, and others.
In 1989 Clint
Black signed to RCA Nashville, one of the top and most important major country labels at the time. The same year he released
his debut album, Killin' Time which hit number one on the country charts and was certified platinum in 1990. The first single
off the album, A Better Man also hit number one on the country charts and both A Better Man and the single Killin' Time finished
the year as numbers one and two country singles of the year. From the get go Clint Black was a powerhouse country superstar
and was even picked as the number two country singer expected to sell the most albums over the next decade behind only Garth
Brooks. His following album, Put Yourself in My Shoes, piggy-backed on the popularity of Killin' Time and also hit number
one on the country charts and broke into the top twenty of the pop charts.
You have been
waiting for months if not years for this night to come and finally as the lights lower you begin to see the beloved Clint
Black making his way out onto the stage. The crowd erupts in applause as Clint approaches the mic. A hush falls over the crowd
as she thanks them and launches into a fan favorite from his hit album like Killin' Time, Put Yourself in My Shoes, The Hard
Way, No Time to Kill, One Emotion, Nothin' but the Taillights, D'Lectrified, Spend My Time, and Drinkin' Songs or Other Logic.
The crowd once again erupts and sings and dances along to hits throughout the night. Always known to have an incredible stage
presence and a powerful voice, Clint Black really knows how to connect with his fans no matter how big or small the venue
in which she is performing. He is one country performer any music lover will not want to miss when he comes to town.
For his first album, Killin' Time, Clint Black broke from what was the tradition at the time and used
his touring band to record the album rather than studio musicians. Clearly this was the right choice as the album was a huge
hit which propelled Black into superstardom. In 1996 Clint Black received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, becoming only
the fourth country musician to be given the honor. While he had received many offers to act since early in his career, it
was not until 1994 that Clint Black finally accepted a role, appearing in the movie Maverick. He received excellent reviews
and an acting career was born. At a young age Clint Black began playing music and taught himself how to play the guitar, harmonica,
and bass. When he was a teenager Clint played in a band with his three brothers.