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Clint Black is a country music singer, songwriter and producer.
Black has charted a total of no less than 28 top 5 hit
singles and sold several million albums worldwide. Clint
Black's first single, "A Better Man", was a #1 hit along with his
debut album Killin' Time. He has a star on the Hollywood Walk
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Growing up in Katy, Texas as the youngest of four brothers, Clint Black took a passionate interest in music at age 13 teaching himself to play the harmonica and then guitar and bass. He dropped out of high school to play in his brother's band and played the local club circuit around Houston, Texas as he also ventured into songwriting. Soon, he and Hayden Nicholas began playing and writing songs together, soon signing with Bill Hamm at RCA Records.
Clint Black swept the Country Music Association's awards in 1989, winning in six different categories from his album Killin' Time. The album spawned three hits besides "A Better Man": "Killin' Time", "Nobody's Home" and "Walkin' Away". Clint Black's second album, Put Yourself in My Shoes, did not meet with as much critical aclaim as his debut album, but nonetheless still included several hit singles, most notably "Loving Blind" and "Where Are You Now". He began touring with Alabama and soon married actress Lisa Hartman. Clint Black's third album, The Hard Way, received mixed reviews but became almost as successful as the previous two. The first two singles, "We Tell Ourselves" and "Burn One Down", were Top 10 hits though "When My Ship Comes In" did hit #1. His next albums, No Time to Kill, One Emotion and Nothin' But the Taillights were popular within the country music scene. He was one of the best-selling country singers of the 1990s.