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A Nashville icon for more than two decades, Trace Adkins has made his mark on the country music industry, including 11 million albums sold, time-honored hit singles, memorable live performances, GRAMMY® nominations, Country Music Television and Academy of Country Music Awards, nearly 200 million plays on YouTube and a slew of movie and TV roles. Working with some of Nashville’s most respected songwriters, Adkins continues to find ways to connect with his fans through music while recording autobiographical songs throughout his career. It’s an interesting change of perspective for Adkins, however, when he hits the road for his legendary live gigs. Where the studio offers him unique insight into his current state of mind, onstage, when revisiting his classic songs “You’re Gonna Miss This” or “Every Light in the House” nearly every evening, he says he’s taken back to earlier moments in his life. With 1 million followers on Spotify and more than 1 billion spins on Pandora (10 million spins per month), the longstanding country icon has yet to lose any of his trademark passion and killer instinct for his craft. The 57-year-old is as fired up as ever to be back on the road this year, taking his music to fans once again.
Multi-million-selling country icon Clint Black is set to embark on a tour commemorating the 30th anniversary of his groundbreaking debut album Killin’ Time, which all but altered the landscape of country music. Raised in the suburbs of Houston, Texas, Black surged to superstardom, reaching No. 1 with five consecutive singles from that Triple-Platinum debut album. He followed that with the Triple-Platinum Put Yourself in My Shoes and then a string of Platinum and Gold albums throughout the '90s. Black wrote or co-wrote every one of his more than three dozen chart hits, including "A Better Man," "Where Are You Now," "When My Ship Comes In," "A Good Run of Bad Luck," "Summer's Comin'," "Like the Rain" and "Nothin' But the Taillights," part of a catalog that produced 22 No. 1 singles and made him one of the most successful singer-songwriters of the modern era. Along the way, he landed nearly two dozen major awards and nominations, won a GRAMMY® Award, countless Country Music Association Awards, American Music Awards and Academy of Country Music Awards, as well as a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2015, Black released On Purpose, his first studio album of new material in nearly a decade.
Hailing from Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, Terri Clark got her start by playing for tips at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, a legendary honky-tonk bar across the alley from Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. With more than 5 million albums sold, critically acclaimed international tours and hit singles such as “Better Things to Do,” “Poor Poor Pitiful Me,” “Girls Lie Too,” “Northern Girl” and “I Just Wanna Be Mad,” Clark has solidified her place in the history books of country music. In 2018, she was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame. The three-time JUNO Award winner also holds the honor of being the only Canadian female member of the legendary Grand Ole Opry. She has been named Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Female Vocalist of the Year five times and has taken home eight CCMA Fans’ Choice Awards. In total, Clark has received 19 CCMA Awards.