Terri Clark Tickets
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Richmond Hill Centre For The Performing Arts
Mar 28 2017
Grand Ole Opry: Keith Urban, Terri Clark, Del McCoury Band & Home Free Vocal Band
Grand Ole Opry House
Apr 11 2017
Country Thunder Saskatchewan: Keith Urban & Terri Clark - Sunday Pass
Craven Country Jamboree Festival Site
Jul 16 2017
Rams Head On Stage
Oct 4 2017
Details of Terri Clark and the Ticket Luck value
Famous for her hit singles like If I Were You, You’re Easy on the Eyes, Emotional Girl, In My Next Life and Poor Poor Pitiful Me; Terri Clark got acquainted to being successful soon after the release of debut studio album. Even though Clark hails from Canada, but she’s equally famous in both Canada and United States as a country musician. By far Terri Clark has released a total of nine studio albums out of which she also had six singles which charted at #1 spot. Ever since the success of her self-titled debut album in 1995, the fans of her music look forward for having Terri Clark tickets each time she steps out to perform live.
Growing up as a high school student in Canada, Clark grew her liking for the country music and while still in high school she started saving up just to be able to move to Nashville, Tennessee. After graduating from high school, Clark eventually moved to Nashville in hopes of pursuing a career as a country musician. There she started performing at the Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge and after years of struggle, she finally secured a record deal with PolyGram/Mercury Records in 1994.
The following year, Terri Clark came up with her debut single called Better Things to Do. The single did considerably well for a debut single as it managed to make it to the top five both in United States and Canada. Shortly after, Terri Clark released her self-titled debut album which spawned hit singles Suddenly Single, If I Were You and When Boy Meets Girl. The album also spawned Clark’s first #1 hit single, If I Were You, which went on to take the #1 spot in Canada. With the success of her debut album, Terri Clark had a perfect debut that she needed to gain mainstream success and popularity.
In 1996, Clark released a cover version of Warren Zoven’s Poor Poor Pitiful Me as the lead single for her second studio album that followed in 1996 called Just the Same. Emotional Girl was released as the second single from the album, and both of them topped the charts upon their release. Also in the same year Clark was awarded with two Canadian Country Music Association Awards for the categories of Single of the Year and Album of the Year for her song Better Things to Do and Terri Clark respectively. In 1997 Terri Clark also won the Fans’ Choice Award and repeated the same feat six more times in the years between 2001 & 2007.
In May 1998, Terri Clark came up with her third full length studio release titled How I Feel. Now That I Found You was released as the lead single from the album, while You’re Easy on the Eyes was the second one. The later also went on to take the #1 spot both in Canada and America, making it her first #1 hit single in America.
After releasing her follow up studio album titled Fearless in 2000, Clark had a change in her management the following year in December, 2001. After going through a change in her management, Clark released a single called I Just Wanna Be Mad which was then followed by the release of her fifth album Pain to Kill. I Just Wanna Be Mad was initially intended to be released by Sara Evans, but when she didn’t record it, Clark was given the song and after its release it became Clark’s biggest charting hit.
After the release of pain to kill in 2003, Clark has released a total of four studio albums since then with Classic being her most recent release which came out in 2012. Since then Clark has been touring on and off in order to promote her latest work. So show your support if you love her music, by catching her live with Terri Clark tickets.