Terri Clark

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Terri Clark

Canadian country music artist who has had success in both Canada and the United States add

Category: Music

Born in 1968.

Countries: United States (62%), Canada (38%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Reba McEntire, Billboard Hot 100, Steve Wariner

Linked to: Mercury Records, Capitol Records, Canadian Country Music Association, Crescent Heights High School

 

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Terri Clark was born in 1968 add something


1987

In 1987, after graduating high school at Crescent Heights High School in Medicine Hat Alberta, she moved from there to Nashville, Tennessee , where she got her start playing at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, a honky-tonk bar across the alley from the Nashville, Tennessee's Ryman Auditorium add something


1991

Clark was previously married to fiddle player Ted Stevenson in 1991 add something


1995

In 1995, Clark issued her first single, "Better Things to Do add something

 

Signed to Mercury Records in 1995, she released her self-titled debut that year add something


1996

Both it and its two follow-ups, 1996's "Just the Same" and 1998's "How I Feel", were certified platinum in both countries, and produced several Top Ten country hits add something

 

During late 1996, Clark was awarded Single of the Year for "Better Things to Do" and Album of the Year for "Terri Clark" by the Canadian Country Music Association add something

 

In 1996, Clark's second studio album, "Just the Same," was issued following the album's first single, "Poor Poor Pitiful Me," a cover of the 1976 Warren Zevon song add something

 

The album was certified Gold by the RIAA in the United States on April 5, 1996 and Platinum on July 29, 1997 add something


 

By 1997 she would be awarded the Fans' Choice award, an award she would win six more times between 2001 and 2007, and Female Artist of the Year, and award she would claim in 2004 and 2005 add something


1998

The album's only single, "Girls Lie Too", became Clark's first number one in the United States since 1998's "You're Easy on the Eyes" add something

 

To promote the new album, Clark was added as the opening act for Reba McEntire and Brooks & Dunn 1998 tour add something

 

When released as a single the song became Clark's highest charting single in the United States since 1998's "You're Easy on the Eyes" and is to date Clark's highest appearance on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 27 add something

 

Clark's third studio album, "How I Feel", was issued in May 1998 add something


2000

Her fourth album, 2000's "Fearless", though certified gold in Canada, was not as successful in the U.S., producing no Top 10 hits add something

 

"Fearless", Clark's fourth studio album, was issued in September 2000 add something


2001

On May 2, 2001, Clark was pulled over by police for speeding in Nashville, Tennessee add something

 

After a management change in December 2001, Clark began work on her fifth studio album, "Pain to Kill" add something


2003

"Pain to Kill" from 2003 restored her chart momentum in the U.S. with "I Just Wanna Be Mad" and "I Wanna Do It All", while a 2004 greatest hits album produced the Number One "Girls Lie Too" add something

 

The album was issued in January 2003, followed after the release of the album's first single, "I Just Wanna Be Mad" add something


2004

A non-album single, "The World Needs a Drink", was released in late 2004, but was not included on any of Clark's studio albums add something

 

In early 2004, Clark was approached by Playboy Magazine, to pose nude for the magazine's upcoming May issue add something

 

While the song did not reach number one in Canada, it was the named number one country song of 2004 in Canada by "Radio & Records" add something

 

On May 15, 2004 during a performance of the Grand Ole Opry, Clark was surprised by Steve Wariner and her mother Linda with an invitation to join the Grand Ole Opry add something

 

Clark was officially inducted on June 12, 2004 and is currently the only female Canadian member of the Grand Ole Opry add something


2005

A non-album single, "The World Needs a Drink", and the 2005 album "Life Goes On" were her last releases for Mercury before she signed to BNA Records in 2007 add something

 

In 2005, Clark's sixth studio album, "Life Goes On", was issued in November add something

 

Nine years later, Clark married her tour manager Greg Kaczor on September 17, 2005 add something

 

The couple's wedding was documented on "In the Moment", a TV series broadcast on CMT in December 2005 add something

 

Eric Church - Church co-wrote Terri Clark's 2005 single "The World Needs a Drink", and the track "Whiskey Wings" on Dean Miller's 2005 album "Platinum"

 

Brad Paisley - In 2005, after touring with Reba McEntire and Terri Clark on the "Two Hats and a Redhead Tour," he released "Time Well Wasted," containing 15 tracks


2006

None of the album's other singles charted in the United States and Clark parted ways with Mercury Records in March 2006 add something

 

In June 2006, Clark signed with BNA Records, a division of Sony BMG label group, now known as Sony Music Entertainment add something


2007

Clark's first single for the label, "Dirty Girl", was issued in early 2007 add something

 

In late 2007, Clark received news that her mother was diagnosed with cancer add something

 

The couple filed for divorce on February 16, 2007 add something


2008

"My Next Life" was delayed several times and remained unreleased leaving Clark to part ways with BNA in November 2008, so she could concentrate more on her career in Canada and possibly launch her own record label add something


2009

The single was released to country radio in Canada on June 22, 2009 and country radio in the United States on July 20 add something

 

The video for "Gypsy Boots," directed by Margaret Malandruccolo, was released in Canada on August 6, 2009 and is available for online viewing at Clark's site add something

 

The album was released to non-digital retailers in the United States on October 20, 2009 add something


2010

The tumor was removed; however, Clark's mother passed away on April 4, 2010 add something


2011

Clark released her eighth studio album, "Roots and Wings", on July 26, 2011 add something


2012

Clark's ninth studio album, "Classic", was released on November 13, 2012, in Canada add something


2014

Clark is writing for a new studio album, expected sometime in 2014 add something

 

Clark's tenth studio album, "Some Songs", was produced by Michael Knox and will be released on September 2, 2014 and include ten songs add something


2016

As of the April 9/10 weekend in 2016, Terri became the new hostess of the Saturday night classic country program "Country Gold", replacing Randy Owen add something


2018

In 2018, Clark was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame add something

 

Clark's eleventh studio album, "Raising the Bar", was released on September 14, 2018 add something

 

Canadian Pacific Railway - After its 20th anniversary tour in 2018, which hosted Terri Clark, Sam Roberts Band, The Trews and Willy Porter, the tour reported to have raised more than and collected more than of food since 1999