Clint Black will be the recipient of the Stephen Bruton Award in Fort Worth, TX. The prestigious award will be presented to Black by Don Henley, on November 10th as the feature event of the 10th Annual Lone Star Film Festival in Sundance Square.

The award is presented annually to celebrate exceptional artists whose careers include artistic expression in film or television.  Previous recipients include Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Billy Joe Shaver, Lyle Lovett, Ray Benson, and Betty Buckley. 

 “It is incredibly humbling to be recognized for my life’s work, even though it’s still a work-in-progress”, said Clint. “Adding to the great honor, the award’s namesake is one of our best loved and most talented musicians and songwriters, Stephen Bruton.  I'm so grateful for all of the support that has led to this moment, especially from my fans who have been there for every album and acting gig along the way. And in receiving this honor, I’m especially grateful to Don (Henley) for taking time out of his schedule to be there. His work has had a huge impact on me and it adds some mighty fine icing to an already great moment in my career.”

“Sundance Square is proud to welcome Clint Black as an honoree to our every-growing film festival.” said Johnny Campbell, President and CEO, Sundance Square.  “We believe he is a perfect choice to receive the Stephan Bruton award this year.”

Clint has appeared in many films and network series including; King of the Hill, Wings, The Larry Sanders Show, Hope and Faith, Hot Properties and Vegas, along with the starring role in CBS’s Movie of the Week; Still Holding On and Flicka: Country Pride.