In 1995, Terri Clark released her self-titled debut album. The first single was "Better Things To Do" and that single made Clark a star! Fast forward 20 years and Clark has won the CCMA entertainer of the year award eight times and the female artist of the year award five times. She has sold over five million albums and has had six number one singles, starting with "Better Things To Do."
Clark has hosted tv specials, released over 10 studio albums, headlined sold-out tours in Canada and has toured with Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Brooks & Dunn, Reba McEntire and George Straight to name a few. Clark is also the only Canadian female artist to be a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Not bad for a country singer from Medicine Hat, Alberta.
Today on Big Country with Rudy Blair, Clark shares her favourite music and the stories behind her choices.
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Terri Clark shares her favourite music on Big Country with Rudy Blair