Terri Clark Tickets
Terri Clark Tickets Las Vegas
Canadian singer-songwriter, Terri Clark has had success in the musical industry both not only in her native homeland of Canada but internationally her name has become one of the best, most recognized names in the musical industry. Signing to Mercury Records in 1995 she released her eponymous debut album the same year and it and its two follow-ups, 1996s “Just the Sa.me” and 1998s “How I Feel” and all were all certified platinum in both Canada and America. Clark’s success is evident as her albums have accounted for more than twenty singles that include six Number One hits. Her tenth studio album, “Some Songs” was released in the fall of 2014, produced by Michel Knox and included ten brand new songs. Currently you can hear Clark every morning as she co-hosts America’s Morning Show on Nash FM with Blair Garner and Chuck Wicks. Continuing to record and release music as well as putting on a sensational live show, it’s no wonder Terri Clark is the first and only female Canadian member of the Grand Ole Opry, she was inducted on June 12, 2004. Taking her more than 20 year career and turning it into the international sensation that fans love today. Her beautiful voice can be heard during these, high energy, fast paced fun songs, “Dirty Girl”, “Poor Poor Pitiful Me”, “Emotional Girl” “Girls Lie Too” all topped the charts and “Girls Lie Too” reached Number one only in the US while “You’re Easy on the Eyes” was a Number One in both the US and Canada. Terri Clark is one of the music industry’s best entertainer’s performing live on the circuit today!
Terri Lynn Sauson, known professionally as Terri Clark, is a Canadian country music artist who has had success in both Canada and the United States. By high school, Clark had grown to love country music and worked at a local Chinese restaurant to save money to move to Nashville, Tennessee. In 1987, after graduating high school at Crescent Heights High School in Medicine Hat, Alberta, she moved from there to Nashville, where she got her start playing at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, a honky-tonk bar across the alley from the Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. At the time, country music executives were interested in traditional country, but record producer and singer Keith Stegall gave her advice to not give up. Then in 1994, Stegall became an executive at PolyGram/Mercury Records in Nashville and signed Clark to a record deal.
In 1995, Clark issued her first single, "Better Things to Do." The song managed to reach the top five in both the United States and Canada. Her debut album, Terri Clark, followed shortly after. Clark had a hand in writing or co-writing 11 of the album's 12 tracks. Terri Clark also featured the singles "When Boy Meets Girl," "If I Were You," and "Suddenly Single." "If I Were You" became Clark's first No. 1 in Canada in June 1996. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA in the United States on April 5, 1996 and Platinum on July 29, 1997.
Clark's albums have accounted for more than twenty singles, including six Number Ones. "If I Were You", "Poor Poor Pitiful Me", "Emotional Girl" and "In My Next Life" all topped the country charts in Canada, "Girls Lie Too" reached Number One only in the U.S., and "You're Easy on the Eyes" was a Number One in both countries.