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Clint Black Information

Date of Birth: February 4, 1962

Location of Birth: Long Branch, New Jersey

Albums Released:
Killin’ Time (1989)
Put Yourself In My Shoes (1990)
The Hard Way (1992)
No Time To Kill (1993)
Clint Black (1993)
One Emotion (1994)
Looking For Christmas (1995)
The Greatest Hits (1996)
Nothin’ But The Taillights (1997)
Super Hits (1998)
D’lectrified (1999)
Ultimate Clint Black (2003)
Spend My Time (2004)

Notable Singles:
Killin’ Time
Better Man
Nobody’s Home
Walkin’ Away

Clint Black, described by many as a traditionalist of country music and country in general, arrived on the country music scene in 1989 along with other popular artists like Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson. Black got into music at an early age at his home in Houston and spent many years traveling the club scene in the area looking for his big chance. Black eventually signed with RCA Records and released Killin’ Time in 1989. The album reached double platinum and featured four number-one hits, most notably the single “Better Man.” Black was able to follow his debut with another double platinum album entitled “Put Yourself In My Shoes” and walked away with the Horizon Award from CMA in 1989 while also managing to earn the award for Top Male Vocalist in 1990. 1991 was another big year for Black as he was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry and also married actress Lisa Hartman. After years of continued popularity, Black was actually slightly criticized for writing so much of his own music along with guitarist Hayden Nicholas but in recent years, Black has made a conscious effort to look at outside sources as another way of getting ideas for his music.

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