Clint Black - The 2014 Tour
Country music sensation Clint Black is hitting the road, bringing his booming voice
and superstar personality all across the United States. Don't miss Clint Black as he draws mega crowds to a venue near you,
including: Saint Michael and Fort Yates, ND; Midland, El Paso, Corsicana, San Antonio and Victoria, TX; Cleveland and Biloxi,
MS; Vinton, LA; Wausau, WI; Rochester and Warroad, MN; Northfield and Marion, OH; Wingate and Spindale, NC; Artesia, NM; Parker,
CO; Overland Park, KS; Hanover, MD; Worcester, MA; Baton Rouge, LA; Branson, MO; El Dorado and Fayetteville, AR; St. Cloud,
MN; Verona, NY; Richmond and Elkhart, IN; Stuart, Clearwater, and Pompano Beach, FL; Newberry, SC; Effingham and Glen Ellyn,
IL; Flint, MI; and Manassas, VA. Clint's tour schedule is hectic and far reaching, but if you don't see him at a venue near
you, fear not! Mr. Black is constantly adding new and exciting destinations to his already exciting tour schedule. Keep up
to date on all of your Clint Black needs right here at StubHub.com!
Clint's 2014 tour is poised to be his most exciting
yet. He will be playing the most iconic and biggest venues across the country, from the Hard Rock Cafe to the Hanover Theatre.
Clint's performance is perfectly suited for the largest of large amphitheatres and the smallest and most intimate concert
halls. Whether he's playing at your favorite casino or selling out entire venues, don't miss out on your chance to see Clint
- get your tickets today!
About Clint Black
Clint's earliest days were had in Texas, where he spent his
life growing up as the youngest of four siblings. A family of musicians, Clint picked up various instruments and began songwriting
while still a teenager. He would eventually make his early forays into music in the family band, that consisted of himself
and his brothers. His parents would support Clint's musical aspirations, with Clint eventually moving beyond the family band
to try to make a break for a solo career.
Clint would spend the bulk of the 80s honing his sound while working various
part time jobs to keep himself afloat. Playing shows by night and working as a construction worker or fishing guide by day,
Black would eventually make the acquaintance of fellow musician Hayden Nicholas. The two would become fast friends and longtime
collaborators, with their earliest collaboration producing the song "Nobody's Home" - the demo that would be the catalyst
to ignite Clint's mainstream career.
Black's big break would come from his demo tape being shown to Bill Ham, who quickly
saw Clint's potential and immediately signed him to the major label RCA Nashville. His first full length would drop in 1989,
winning him a plethora of awards and heralding him as the biggest country music act to hit the scene for the decade. With
expectations high for Clint, he took his position amongst the biggest country stars of his generation, including the likes
of Garth Brooks and Mark Chesnutt. Clint would be a consistent hit on the country scene for the next few years, pushing out
multiple hit records despite a contract dispute with his manager. The 90s would be the decade of Black, as Clint put out multiple
platinum albums and cemented himself as a country rock scion.
The breakout Clint Black album
would be 1989's Killin' Time, which would be certified platinum in under a year and shoot straight to the number one spot
on the Billboard Country chart. The album would be carried by a series of hard hitting singles, including "A Better Man",
"Killin' Time", which would simultaneously occupy the #1 and #2 spots on the Billboard Hot Country Song chart. 4 other singles
from the album would occupy the #1 hit spot, making Killin' Time the fundamental work in the Clint Black catalog.
follow up Put Yourself in My Shoes would come out just a year later, again topping charts both as an album and with multiple
singles. "Put Yourself in My Shoes", "One More Payment", "Where Are You Now", and "Loving Blind" would be instant crowd favorites
and would dominate the airwaves for months straight. His next album would lose some of Black's momentum, but still contain
some popular hits such as "Burn One Down". By 1995 Clint would be back in full form, releasing One Emotion which would quickly
go platinum and reclaim Clint's familiar position at the top of the charts. The album would singlehandedly produce five singles
that would all chart within the top ten, including "Untanglin' My Mind", "Wherever You Go", and "Summer's Comin'".
Black has been particularly persistent in writing all original material. Much like the pop industry, country
music songs are often created as pell mell creations that start with a writer, go to a producer, are recorded by a star, then
produced again by someone else. Clint wrote and recorded only his own material, until recently.
Clint has a soft spot
for acting, and has had multiple appearances in films including 1994's Maverick, 1998's Still Holding On, and alongside Adam
Sandler in 2003's Anger Management.
The Clint Black Concert Experience
Prepare yourself for the quintessential
country music experience. Clint Black represents the pinnacle of the pure country music scene that had its inception in the
80s and peaked in the 90s. With multiple decades of hits and the authorship of some of the most important country albums to
come out in the past two decades, Clint Black is a living legend that you will definitely not want to miss. Don't let yourself
get left out of the biggest country music event to come to your area this year - get your tickets today!