It’s time to dust off your black cowboy hat and join us on this week’s show. We’re taking a trip back to the early 90’s and enjoying the music and illustrious career of Mr. Clint Black. You know him from his hits like “Better Man”, “Nobody’s Home”, and “When My Ship Comes In”, along with his beautiful duet with his wife, Lisa Hartman, “When I Said I Do”.
Clint was a member of the Class of 1989, and he came up with a few other now legendary names, including Alan Jackson and Garth Brooks. You KNOW we’ll be Rockin’ The Jukebox while we’re Killin’ Time on this week’s show. So don’t miss it!
Click READ MORE for a special video of Clint Black & his wife, live on the Grand Ole Opry.
Now, as you all know…we love the good, classic country around here. The only problem is, the definition of classic is constantly changing with the passage of time. As the clock ticks, more and more artists slip into that elusive genre of “classic.”
Well, we happen to think this man should be included in the new class of classic. His first hit came out over 20 years ago after all!
The point is, this week’s episode of the Country Music Greats Radio Show is going to take a look at the life and career of Mr. Clint Black. He’s had 13 Number One hits in his career, 5 ACM Awards, 2 CMA honors, and has performed on the hallowed Grand Ole Opry Stage.
You might also remember having seen him in some films too. Did you ever see Flicka? He starred in that one, and also played a supporting role in one of our favorite movies, Maverick.
Of course, as usual, we’ll be playing all of your classic favorites from the likes of Willie Nelson, Jean Shepard, and Buck Owens…
Be sure not to miss this one folks. Put on your black cowboy hat and we’ll see you on the radio!