Bristol, TN Show Canceled - Rescheduled For March 31st, 2019

Bristol, TN Show Canceled - Rescheduled For March 31st, 2019

Due to the pending arrival of Winter Storm Diego, tomorrow’s show in Bristol will be postponed. The rescheduled date is Sunday, March 31st, 2019 and tickets for the December 9th show will be honored for the rescheduled show. I apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause, but in the interest of safety and security of all of my fans this is the only responsible choice. In the event ticket holders want refunds, they can be obtained at the point of purchase. I wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season!

Current ticket holders have two options:
§ If you are able to attend on March 31, 2019, just hold onto your tickets, and they will be honored in March.
§ If you are unable to attend, contact the Paramount Bristol Box-Office by phone, email, or in person for a full refund. 
§ We ask that patrons confirm their plans no later than Saturday, December 15.

Box-Office phone number: 423-274-8920 – Noon to 6PM Tuesday through Friday.

Email contact: ticketing@paramountbristol.org – please reference CLINT BLACK SNOW DATE in the subject line

Clint Unveils The Clint Black Christmas Collection; Available Today

Clint Unveils The Clint Black Christmas Collection; Available Today

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Country icon and GRAMMY Award winner Clint Black is ringing in the holiday season with his trademarked Christmas cheer and a very special studio album. The Clint Black Christmas Collection, out today via Clint’s own Blacktop Records, features songs from his 1995 Christmas album Looking for Christmas, along with some new recordings written for his recently premiered holiday musical of the same name. You can listen to The Clint Black Christmas Collection at the link provided HEREAdditionally, the album is available for purchase in various holiday bundles at www.clintblack.com.

Clint says, “In writing the first album, Looking for Christmas, I learned where our centuries old traditions came from, and I knew I would have to continue writing songs to help grow the collection. This year, I’m thrilled to share even more new songs, including those from my holiday musical, Looking for Christmas, and those featuring my lovely wife and daughter.”

Keeping with the spirit of Christmas, this self-produced release is a family affair for Clint. His wife Lisa Hartman Black joins Clint for a beautiful rendition of his 1995 cut “The Finest Gift.” Lily Pearl Black makes a splash on her recording debut with the gorgeous “Magical Christmas,” one of her dad’s new songs on the album. Also appearing on this collection are classics like “Light the Fire” - written for the animated television series Transformers: Rescue Bots- and “The Kid,” which features a co-writing credit from the late great country music star Merle Haggard. 

 Clint’s new holiday musical, Looking for Christmas, made its debut at The Old Globe theater in San Diego on November 20th, and was recently extended to run until December 31st. Following its run at The Old Globe, Looking for Christmas will embark on a holiday tour in the 2019-20 season. 

Clint To Launch U.S. Tour Of New Musical - Looking For Christmas

Clint To Launch U.S. Tour Of New Musical - Looking For Christmas

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Clint Black and The 959 Group are thrilled to announce the new Clint Black musical, Looking for Christmas, will embark on a holiday tour in the 2019-20 season. The country music icon’s new American musical will make its world premiere November 20, 2018 at The Old Globe in San Diego. Tour cities and dates will be announced at a later date. 

Inspired by Black’s 1995 chart-topping holiday album of the same name, Looking for Christmas is a new musical about family, loyalty, and the magic of Christmas. Amid the commotion of the holidays, Staff Sergeant Mike Randolf returns from Afghanistan and home to his family. But before Mike can open his heart to the joy and spirit of the season, he must make peace with the past and let go the ghosts of the battlefield. While Mike’s wife helps him readjust to civilian life, it’s their precocious young daughter’s sweet search for the true meaning of Christmas that leads the family toward healing. This heartwarming musical is sure to become an enduring holiday classic.

“I am thrilled to be able to take this musical on the road,” said Black. “The message, which was inspired by the sacrifices our servicemen and women and their families make, especially over the holidays, is something that we must always remember.”

Looking for Christmas features music and lyrics by Clint Black, a book by James D. Sasser with Clint Black, direction by Kent Nicholson, and music direction and supervision by Matt Hinkley. The tour is produced by The 959 Group (Kent Nicholson, James D. Sasser, Charles Vincent Burwell, Henry Ivey, and Juliet Ivey) and Clint Black with Executive Producer Greg Schaffert and General Manager Fifth Estate Entertainment (Nathan Gehan).

Looking for Christmas will premiere at The Old Globe in San Diego with performances beginning November 11 and now extended to December 31, 2018. Tickets are now available at TheOldGlobe.org.

 For more information on Looking for Christmas, visit LookingForChristmasMusical.com.

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Clint and wife Lisa to share the stage for limited performances of "A Clint Black Christmas"

GRAMMY award winning, country music icon, Clint Black will welcome his wife Lisa Hartman Black to the stage for Christmas-inspired performances this December.  With more dates to be added, “A Clint Black Christmas” will hit Fort Worth, TX, Dallas, TX and Charles Town, WV.  The holiday-themed show will include a sampling of Clint Black fan favorites as well as music from both of his Christmas albums: Christmas with You and Looking for Christmas. 
 
“I always look forward to the chance to play songs from my Christmas collection at these holiday shows,” shares Black. “This year, I am overjoyed to have Lisa joining me on stage on some dates. Along with performing our past duets, I refashioned a song from my Christmas collection into a duet for my musical, Looking for Christmas. We’re excited to share that one with the audiences.”  
 
News of the on-stage Christmas collaboration comes several weeks after Black announced the debut of his first musical, Looking for Christmas. Based on the music from the album of the same name, the musical follows the story of Staff Sergeant Mike Randolf and his family as they settle back into life after he returns from Afghanistan.  His youngest daughter’s search for the true meaning of Christmas helps him make peace with his past on the battlefield.  Looking for Christmas: The Musical will open at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, CA on November 20th and run through December 16th.  
 
CLINT BLACK CHRISTMAS PERFORMANCES:  
December 2nd            Fort Worth, TX
December 3rd            Dallas, TX
December 7th & 8th    Charles Town, WV
 
It is one of the most storied careers in modern music. Clint Black surged to superstardom as part of the fabled Class of '89, reaching #1 with five consecutive singles from his triple-platinum debut, Killin' Time. He followed that with the triple-platinum Put Yourself in My Shoes, and then a string of platinum and gold albums throughout the '90s. Perhaps most impressively, Black wrote or co-wrote every one of his more than three dozen chart hits, including "A Better Man," "Where Are You Now," "When My Ship Comes In," "A Good Run of Bad Luck," "Summer's Comin'," "Like the Rain" and "Nothin' But the Taillights," part of a catalog that produced 22 #1 singles and made him one of the most successful singer/songwriters of the modern era. 
 
Along the way, Black has sold over 20 million records, earned more than a dozen gold and platinum awards in the U.S. and Canada, landed nearly two dozen major awards and nominations, including more than a dozen GRAMMY nominations, and earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 
 
As an actress, Lisa Hartman Black rose to prominence on Knots Landing and is the only prime-time TV character to be killed off one season and brought back by popular demand as a different character. Her first duet with husband Clint Black, “When I Said I Do,” reached Number 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts and was ultimately nominated for a Grammy Award.  In 2005 the duet was ranked #11 on CMT’s 100 Greatest Duets in Country Music. Their second duet, “Easy for Me to Say” reached Number 27 on the country music charts.  
 
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Clint To Debut Looking For Christmas Musical This November

Clint To Debut Looking For Christmas Musical This November

GRAMMY award winning, country music icon, Clint Black will bring his 1995 chart-topping holiday album to life this November with the debut of his new musical, Looking for Christmas at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, CA on November 20th.  The musical is a heartwarming original story that follows Staff Sergeant Mike Randolf and his family as they settle back into life after he returns from Afghanistan.  His youngest daughter’s search for the true meaning of Christmas helps him make peace with his past on the battlefield. 

“I’m so excited to announce that I’m bringing my album Looking For Christmas to life this holiday season in Musical form,” said Black. “As a huge fan of Christmastime, I’m always thinking of our military families and what they face during the holidays. I’m especially happy to highlight their story with Looking For Christmas.”

Music and lyrics for the show were inspired by Black’s Christmas album of the same name but also includes a few new tunes written especially for the program by Black. The idea for this musical and book were dreamt up and written by Black and James D. Sasser and is directed by Kent Nicholson and produced by 959 Productions.

Looking for Christmas will run November 13 – December 16, 2018 at the Old Globe Theatre with the opening on November 20. 

Mother's Day Bundle!

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Shop clintblack.com now through Cyber Monday for Free Shipping on all purchases. Plus, get a free CD copy of “’Til Santa’s Gone (Milk and Cookies)” with purchase! While supplies last.

Clint Black, Don Henley and Lyle Lovett Present Helping Texans

Clint Black, Don Henley and Lyle Lovett Present Helping Texans

When Clint Black, Don Henley and Lyle Lovett take the stage at Bass Hall in Fort Worth, Texas on Tuesday, November 28th, they’ll be doing so in support of their fellow Texans, whose lives have been upended by the ravages of one of the most vicious hurricanes in history. HELPING TEXANS: A HURRICANE HARVEY BENEFIT CONCERT will be a one-of-a-kind event where all ticket proceeds will go to The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund at the North Texas Community Foundation, which will distribute the funds to charitable organizations and programs working in Houston and Aransas County to bring relief to those affected by Harvey. These distributions will be allocated according to the advice of Clint Black, Don Henley, Lyle Lovett and Ed Bass. The artists are donating their time and all expenses for the event are being underwritten by Ed Bass so that full proceeds from tickets sales and sponsorships will go to Hurricane Harvey Relief.

Tickets for HELPING TEXANS: A HURRICANE HARVEY BENEFIT CONCERT will be available to the public at www.basshall.com and by phone at 817-212-4280 this Friday, September 22nd.

“We all watched on the news as Harvey destroyed much of Southeast Texas and Houston, my hometown,” said country icon Clint Black. “We braced ourselves through the night as the flood waters grew closer to our family's doorsteps in Houston and Katy. My mom, brothers, niece and nephews were all very fortunate and I knew I had to find a way to help those who weren’t so lucky, to recover and rebuild what was lost in the hurricane.  I’m really proud to have friends like, Don, Lyle and everyone at Bass Performance Hall who'll join together for the cause."

“This is another example of Texans helping Texans, and I’m proud to be a part of it,” said legendary artist Don Henley.

“I'm honored to join fellow Texans Don Henley, Clint Black, and Ed Bass to raise money for victims of Hurricane Harvey,” said Lyle Lovett.

Hurricane Harvey was a Category 4 storm that hit Texas on August 25, 2017. It caused an estimated $180 billion in damage, more than any other natural disaster in U.S history with the exception of Hurricane Katrina.  The storm damaged 203,000 homes, of which 12,700 were destroyed.  Funds raised through this benefit concert will be deployed for immediate relief and will also address the communities’ long-term needs, which are likely to include rebuilding homes, schools, and community facilities and supporting survivors’ physical and mental health needs.

Entertainment Tonight EXCLUSIVE: Clint Black Opens Up About Hurricane Harvey's Devastation in His Hometown of Houston

Entertainment Tonight EXCLUSIVE: Clint Black Opens Up About Hurricane Harvey's Devastation in His Hometown of Houston

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Clint Black is doing what he can for his hometown of Houston, Texas, in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. 

The 55-year-old country singer opened up about the devastation to ET on Tuesday, sharing that he and his family are "praying" for those affected by the disaster. 

"We've been very lucky down there, counting our blessings and praying for everyone else," Black said. 

"What we worry about most right now are the lives, and there are gonna be some long term needs," he added. "I know a lot of us are going to be looking at ways to lend our voices, our music, our songs, auction guitars, cowboys hats, boots, whatever we can do to get people to reach into their pockets. I'll be making donations to the Salvation Army, myself. I have great faith in them to find those that are in the greatest need, so we'll be looking for all those ways to help."

In addition to the Salvation Army, Black -- who wrote his song, "The Great Flood," about the Mississippi and Missouri rivers flood of 1993 -- praised Houston's first responders and brave citizens who stepped up to help their friends and neighbors. 

"Personally, being a Houstonian, I want to give a shout-out to, of course, all of the first responders doing a great job. All the citizens who got out on their own accord and helped, but also to all the other states," he said. "I know that people came from as far away as Utah and just jumped in the water and started rescuing people. We got the Cajun Navy that came over from Louisiana... so many states [are] sending their rescue workers. So many citizens [are] pitching in."

"It's really heartwarming, when you see all the suffering, when you see all the worry and grief, it's uplifting to see how many people will jump into that nasty water and pull someone to safety, or their pets," he shared. 

For more on how to help/donate to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, please click here.

San Antonio Show Postponed Due To Hurricane Harvey

San Antonio Show Postponed Due To Hurricane Harvey

Due to inclement weather with Hurricane Harvey and to ensure safety for our patrons, the Clint Black show scheduled for Sunday, August 27th @ The Tobin Center has been postponed. The new date is Wednesday, December 6, 2017 @ 8pm. All current tickets will still be valid for the new date. Current ticket holders DO NOT need to purchase a new ticket. For those who cannot attend the rescheduled date, refunds are available for a limited time. If you have any questions, please call the venue box office at 210-223-8624.

Remembering Fallen Officer Michael Louviere

Remembering Fallen Officer Michael Louviere

Michael Louviere was a husband, father, a U.S. Marine, Afghan War Vet and member of the Westwego police force in Louisiana along with brave civil servants I'm proud to call my friends. Earlier this year, Mike, off-duty at the time, stopped to help someone who had been in an accident, only to be murdered by the same, leaving behind a wife and two young children. A horrifying story, senseless and tragic. Ours isn’t to understand why, but to support others in their time of need. His life is a remarkable story of dedication and kindness. Please give a minute or two - watch and maybe even help if you can... https://www.gofundme.com/michael-louviere-an-american-hero

New Clint Black Items Now Available

New Clint Black Items Now Available

Check out the new items now available in Clint's store (just in time for Mother's Day!) including a stainless steel water bottle, travel mug, keychains, and more!

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Golden Boot Awards

Golden Boot Awards

Clint is nominated for a Golden Boot Award! Cast your vote now on TheBoot.com!
(You can vote once per hour through June 4th)

New Tour Dates Announced

New Tour Dates Announced

We announced more than a dozen new dates this morning and some cities go on sale as early as Friday. Stay tuned to ClintBlack.com/tour for ticket links as they become available.

June 17 Andover, KS**
August 13 Newton, NJ*
August 25 Lake Charles, LA*
September 8 Tuscaloosa, AL*
September 9 Biloxi, MS*
September 15 The Villages, FL****
September 21 Asheville, NC*
September 29 St. Louis, MO*
September 30 Kansas City, MO*
October 5 Verona, NY*
October 6 Jim Thorpe, PA*
October 7 Rochester, NH*
October 14 North Myrtle Beach, SC*
December 14 Las Vegas, NV*
April 13-14, 2018 La Mirada, CA***

*On Sale April 28th
**On Sale May 5th
***On Sale August 1
****On Sale August 2

“Performing live in concert is the most rewarding part of my career,” Black says. “It’s a chance every night, to connect with people through music and laughter in an exchange with the audience that goes beyond just playing music. For all of the travel and time away from our families, it’s that connection with the audience that makes it all worthwhile.”

A Letter From the Blacktop

A Letter From the Blacktop

Hey All! 

Greetings from a parking lot somewhere in Midland, Texas! I’m finally finished coughing and back on the road, headed to Chandler, AZ!

I wanted to thank everyone who sent get well wishes, and everyone who was affected by the few cancellations resulting from that awful flu. Everyone who knows me knows I don’t cancel shows lightly and I felt terrible to have to do so. I ended up coughing all day, everyday for two solid weeks! For me, that’s unprecedented. I’m glad it’s over and I can sing again! 

So I’m on the bus and looking forward to a sold out crowd in Chandler. A great way to get back in the saddle. I have about a three week run of shows and then we hit our mid May break. My daughter has her 16th birthday and gets her drivers license! So, who will we drive around now!? Lots of you know how weird this will be. I’ve always known time flies, hence all the songs about time, but nothing illustrates that better than a child. We’re not ready!

On a musical note; I’ve been asked a lot about new music. If you haven’t heard, the latest CD is On Purpose, which includes a new duet with Lisa, “You Still Get to Me”. I am starting to think about what’s next though. I have some new songs written and will be writing more over the few breaks from the tour. I don’t imagine I’ll be able to get anything recorded and released in the remaining months of this year, but my manager and I have talked about releasing a single song in the interim. That may be doable even within the touring schedule. 

But for now, I’m revisiting lyrics and guitar licks, just getting ready for Chandler! If you’re coming to one of the shows in the next few months, let me know what songs you’d most like to hear from the new CD. The band and I are going to work some up and you could have something to say about which ones we zero in on. Right now we’re doing “Beer”, “Stay Gone” and “Better and Worse”. 

We’re getting ready to announce some more tour dates next week, so stay tuned for that!

That’s all I can think of for now. Thanks again for all the support during my flu battle. It really helped to know you were all so forgiving for the cancellations. 

Many thanks,

Clint Black

Greeneville, TN Reschedule Date

Greeneville, TN Reschedule Date

In our rush to reschedule the April 9th show in Greeneville, TN, my management team mistakenly and unfortunately picked a date that is impossible because of another conflict. We now have a new and FINAL date of May 21st! We are so sorry for the inconvenience. As a thank you for your patience, I will have a gift for each of you who attends the show. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on May 21st!