History Music / ClintBlack

12th Apr '16 2:49:44 PM aye_amber
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Clint Patrick Black is a CountryMusic artist who began as part of the "Class of '89", a batch of highly successful artists from that very year which also introduced AlanJackson, Music/GarthBrooks and several others. This new wave of artists helped reintroduce ThreeChordsAndTheTruth to the genre. Interestingly, he was managed by ZZTop's producer, Bill Ham.

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Clint Patrick Black is a CountryMusic artist who began as part of the "Class of '89", '89," a batch of highly successful artists from that very year which also introduced AlanJackson, Music/AlanJackson, Music/GarthBrooks and several others. This new wave of artists helped reintroduce ThreeChordsAndTheTruth to the genre. Interestingly, he was managed by ZZTop's producer, Bill Ham.
13th Feb '16 1:10:47 PM MarkLungo
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Black made waves in 1989 with his debut single "A Better Man", which made him the first male country artist in 15 years to send a debut single to number one. The next three singles from his debut album ''Killin' Time'' also went the distance, and he only missed the top 10 once between then and late 1998. Although his commercial success dwindled in the 2000s, leading to a departure from RCA, he has continued to record. Between 2004 and 2008, he owned the Equity Music Group label, which released albums by him, Music/LittleBigTown, Carolina Rain, Laura Bryna, Kevin Fowler, and Carolyn Dawn Johnson.

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Black made waves in 1989 with his debut single "A Better Man", which made him the first male country artist in 15 years to send a debut single to number one. The next three singles from his debut album ''Killin' Time'' also went the distance, and he only missed the top 10 once between then and late 1998. Although his commercial success dwindled in the 2000s, leading to a departure from RCA, Creator/RCARecords, he has continued to record. Between 2004 and 2008, he owned the Equity Music Group label, which released albums by him, Music/LittleBigTown, Carolina Rain, Laura Bryna, Kevin Fowler, and Carolyn Dawn Johnson.
10th Jul '15 11:13:36 AM Twentington
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Black also has a few acting roles to his credit, and he has been married to actress Lisa Hartman since 1991.

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Black also has a few acting roles to his credit, and he has been married to actress actress/singer Lisa Hartman since 1991.
1991. She sang backing vocals on his last #1 hit, "When I Said I Do".



* HappyRain: "Like the Rain", in which he sings that he's "falling for you now just like the rain".

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* HappyRain: "Like the Rain", in which he sings says that he never liked the rain until he walked through it with his lover, and now he's "falling for you now [her] just like the rain".



* RecordProducer: He was produced by James Stroud from his debut album through ''Nothin' but the Taillights'' (a 10-year span), with Mark Wright as an additional producer on his debut. From ''D'Lectrified'' onward, he produced by himself. He also produced ''NashvilleStar'' winner Buddy Jewell's debut album, and a couple albums by acts on Equity

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* RecordProducer: He was produced by James Stroud from his debut album through ''Nothin' but the Taillights'' (a 10-year span), with Mark Wright as an additional producer on his debut. From ''D'Lectrified'' onward, he produced by himself. He also produced ''NashvilleStar'' ''Series/NashvilleStar'' winner Buddy Jewell's debut album, and a couple albums by acts on Equity



16th Sep '14 12:55:05 PM Twentington
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Black made waves in 1989 with his debut single "A Better Man", which made him the first male country artist in 15 years to send a debut single to number one. The next three singles from his debut album ''Killin' Time'' also went the distance, and he only missed the top 10 once between then and late 1998. Although his commercial success dwindled in the 2000s, leading to a departure from RCA, he has continued to record. Between 2004 and 2008, he owned the Equity Music Group label, which released albums by him, Little Big Town, Carolina Rain, Laura Bryna, Kevin Fowler, and Carolyn Dawn Johnson.

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Black made waves in 1989 with his debut single "A Better Man", which made him the first male country artist in 15 years to send a debut single to number one. The next three singles from his debut album ''Killin' Time'' also went the distance, and he only missed the top 10 once between then and late 1998. Although his commercial success dwindled in the 2000s, leading to a departure from RCA, he has continued to record. Between 2004 and 2008, he owned the Equity Music Group label, which released albums by him, Little Big Town, Music/LittleBigTown, Carolina Rain, Laura Bryna, Kevin Fowler, and Carolyn Dawn Johnson.
31st Jan '14 9:18:54 AM Willbyr
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Clint Patrick Black is a CountryMusic artist who began as part of the "Class of '89", a batch of highly successful artists from that very year which also introduced AlanJackson, GarthBrooks and several others. This new wave of artists helped reintroduce ThreeChordsAndTheTruth to the genre. Interestingly, he was managed by ZZTop's producer, Bill Ham.

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Clint Patrick Black is a CountryMusic artist who began as part of the "Class of '89", a batch of highly successful artists from that very year which also introduced AlanJackson, GarthBrooks Music/GarthBrooks and several others. This new wave of artists helped reintroduce ThreeChordsAndTheTruth to the genre. Interestingly, he was managed by ZZTop's producer, Bill Ham.
28th Dec '13 2:44:30 PM Twentington
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* RecordProducer: He was produced by James Stroud from his debut album through ''Nothin' but the Taillights'' (a 10-year span), with Mark Wright as an additional producer on his debut. From ''D'Lectrified'' onward, he produced by himself. He also produced ''NashvilleStar'' winner Buddy Jewell's debut album, and a couple albums by acts on Equity
11th Aug '13 4:16:41 AM Twentington
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* HappyRain: "Like the Rain", in which he sings that he's "falling for you now just like the rain".
1st Mar '13 7:02:57 PM Willbyr
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1st Mar '13 7:00:52 PM Willbyr
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21st Feb '13 6:42:49 AM Twentington
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Black made waves in 1989 with his debut single "A Better Man", which made him the first male country artist in 15 years to send a debut single to number one. The next three singles from his debut album ''Killin' Time'' also went the distance, and he only missed the top 10 once between then and late 1998. Although his commercial success dwindled in the 2000s, he has continued to record. Between 2004 and 2008, he owned the Equity Music Group label, releasing both his own material and albums by Little Big Town and Carolina Rain.

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Black made waves in 1989 with his debut single "A Better Man", which made him the first male country artist in 15 years to send a debut single to number one. The next three singles from his debut album ''Killin' Time'' also went the distance, and he only missed the top 10 once between then and late 1998. Although his commercial success dwindled in the 2000s, leading to a departure from RCA, he has continued to record. Between 2004 and 2008, he owned the Equity Music Group label, releasing both his own material and which released albums by him, Little Big Town and Town, Carolina Rain.
Rain, Laura Bryna, Kevin Fowler, and Carolyn Dawn Johnson.


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* ChristmasSongs: ''Looking for Christmas'' in 1995 produced chart entries in "'Til Santa's Gone" and "The Kid". The former continued to re-chart every Christmas until 2000, when ''Billboard'' changed the country charts to disallow re-entries of Christmas songs. The album was re-issued in 2004 via Equity with two new tracks.


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* LeavingFoodForSanta: "'Til Santa's Gone (I Just Can't Wait)". Hint: It was originally called "'Til Santa's Gone (Milk and Cookies)".
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