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Since emerging from the Nashville scene in the mid-'90s, Terri Clark has remained an in-demand force on the country music landscape. "I Just Wanna Be Mad," "Dirty Girl," "You're Easy On the Eyes" and "Poor Poor Pitiful Me" represent but a handful of highlights from the Canadian-born singer-songwriter's extensive repertoire. Among her career highlights are 19 Top 40 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, six No. 1 hit songs, her first three albums going platinum.
Terri Clark's background and biggest hits
Terri Clark hails from a musical family. Her grandparents were country stars in her native Canada, and Clark's mother was a singer on the local folk club scene. Clark taught herself guitar, absorbed inspiration from Reba McEntire and The Judds, and dreamed of moving to Nashville, which she did in 1987.
Clark's first single, "Better Things to Do," was a hit in both the U.S. and Canada, and her eponymous debut album (later certified platinum) launched her into the mainstream country scene. Her success continued with a 1996 nomination for the Country Music Association's Horizon Award and the Academy of Country Music Award for Best New Female Vocalist. She also won numerous Canadian Country Music Awards and was named Top New Female Country Artist of 1995 by Billboard magazine.
Clark's sophomore album, 1996's Just the Same, featured the hit single "Poor Poor Pitiful Me," which, along with "Emotional Girl," went to No. 1 in Canada and the top 10 in the U.S. Her third album, How I Feel, continued Clark's streak of success, most notably with the single "You're Easy on the Eyes" becoming her first No. 1 in the U.S. and simultaneously No. 1 in Canada.
Clark scored yet another country-charting single, "A Little Gasoline," from her album Fearless. Clark's highest-ever charting single on the Billboard Hot 100 (peaking at No. 27) came in 2003 with "I Just Wanna Be Mad" off the album Pain to Kill. Following the releases of a Greatest Hits album, a live DVD and several more studio albums, Clark delighted fans with 2012's Classic, a showcase of country standards and duets with such names as Jann Arden, Dierks Bentley and Tanya Tucker.
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