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With songs like “Half Way Up,” “Killin’ Time,” “Like the Rain,” “When My Ship Comes In,” and many others, country veteran Clint Black always draws a large crowd. Don’t miss your chance to see Clint Black LIVE! Buy your Clint Black tickets now!
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Clint Black Concert Tickets

Texas native Clint Black is a traditional country musician and was one of the first artists to kick start the mainstream popularity of twang in the 1990s. He was one of the first musicians of his generation inspired by rock-pop as well as country, most notably from artists like George Jones, Bob Wills and Merle Haggard. To hear him LIVE get your Clint Black tickets today!

Black listened to both rock 'n' roll and country as kid and started playing guitar at 13 years old. Two years later he got into songwriting and performing with his brother Kevin's band. In the early 80s, and eventually began playing in coffeehouses, nightclubs and bars.

Black's first single, "A Better Man," was released in 1989 and hit No. 1. He was an instant hit and played at the Grand Ole Opry right before his debut album, Killin' Time, came out. It went gold within six months and brought four more hit singles. During the same year, Black won Country Music Association's Horizon award and Best Male Vocalist award. He also won the Academy of Country Music's Best New Male Vocalist, Best Album, Best Single and Best Male Vocalist awards.

Black continued to make popular albums, and in 1999 he celebrated two decades of recording. In the 2000s he released several hits collections and in 2004 released Spend my Time. It was his first new music in six years, which was followed up a year later with Drinkin' Songs & Other Logic.