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Clint BlackThe popular country singer with the Texas twang was born Clint Patrick Black on February 4, 1962 in Long Branch, New Jersey.

The youngest of four boys, Clint later moved with his family to Katy, Texas where, as a teenager, he was already self-taught in the guitar and harmonica.

Later dropping out of high school, Black played in his brother's band at local gigs around Houston before signing on with RCA records.

His first album, "Killin' Time", immediately rose to No. 1 on the country music charts along with hit singles (including the monster hit "A Better Man") taking top position and garnering the 27-year-old freshman singer a total of six wins at the 1989 Country Musica Association Awards.

Clint Black rose to become one of the most popular country music acts throughout the 1990's as he toured the country with various artists, and released several more albums including the wildly popular "Put Yourself in My Shoes", following up with his almost equally successful third album, "The Hard Way."

Along the way, Black married actress and singer Lisa Hartman in 1991 (their daughter, Lily Pearl, was born in 2001) and later performed a hit 1999 duet with his wife that topped the charts in "When I Said I Do". Meanwhile, the singer's various forays into TV and movie acting roles also earned him a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

In 2008, Black released his first digital EP featuring his latest hits, "Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress)" and "The Strong One" released as a CD in July.

More about Clint Black around the Web:



Clint Black.com
- The official site with biography, complete discography, photo gallery, streaming audio, lyrics, tour dates & schedule, wallpapers & buddy icons.

Clint Black - Wikipedia - Detailed biography with early and current career highlights, related references & resources.

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