Knowledge Identifier: +Terri_Clark
Born in 1968.
Countries: United States (62%), Canada (38%)
Linked to: Mercury Records, Capitol Records, Canadian Country Music Association, Crescent Heights High School
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"
Her fourth album, 2000's "Fearless", though certified gold in Canada, was not as successful in the U.S., producing no Top 10 hits
On May 2, 2001, Clark was pulled over by police for speeding in Nashville, Tennessee
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"
None of the album's other singles charted in the United States and Clark parted ways with Mercury Records in March 2006
"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
Clark's ninth studio album, "Classic", was released on November 13, 2012, in Canada
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