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No Time to Kill by Clint Black (1993)

No Time to Kill by Clint Black (1993)

Clint Black ~ No Time To KillAfter an acrimonious legal battle with his former manager and an ill-advised move toward adult-contemporary pop threatened to sink his career, Clint Black has righted himself on the delightful No Time To Kill. This outing returns Black to the modern Texas honky- tonk that made 1989’s Killin’ Time one of the best debut albums of that decade. Stuart Duncan’s fiddle and Paul Franklin’s pedal steel are pushed forward in the mix; a skipping swing beat is injected and Black sounds like he’s back in the Houston saloons where he started his career, singing about heartaches and stubborn pride with one of the state’s strongest, most flexible tenor voices. —Geoffrey Himes

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Veteran pitcher Vogelsong hoping to catch on with Pirates

Veteran pitcher Vogelsong hoping to catch on with Pirates
… signed pitcher Ryan Vogelsong. There were plenty of anxious murmurs, though, and manager Clint Hurdle heard them. … NOTES: Jameson Taillon will start for the Black team in Monday's intrasquad scrimmage. Taillon, who missed the past two years due …
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Best of the rest: Events for Feb. 27 and beyond
An acoustic evening with country music star Clint Black. Black has written, recorded and released more than 100 songs. More than 20 million of his albums have been sold worldwide. His “Killin' Time” debut album is on CMT's list of the 100 Greatest …
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5 Things to Do This Week, Feb. 26-March 4
Page 2 of 2 – 5) CLINT BLACK AT THE CABOT: 8 pm, March 4, The Cabot Performing Arts Center, 286 Cabot St., Beverly. A country music traditionalist from Texas, Clint Black was one of the first artists to kick-start the mass-market popularity of country …
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Boardman woman remembered for Oscar-worthy performance
It was the 1965 film “A Patch of Blue,” which earned Hartman with the Best Actress nomination. She starred alongside Sidney Poitier and played a blind white teenager who falls in love with a black man, set during a racially-divided America. A WKBN …
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Black History Month: Erroll Garner

Black History Month: Erroll Garner
As we celebrate Black History Month, we take a look at another jazz great that a new exhibit is bringing back into the limelight – Erroll Garner. … The song was so popular that it was used as part of the plot of the 1971 Clint Eastwood film “Play …
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Triple Played: Super Bowl halftime shows have seen some better days
This led the NFL to bring, among others, the following artists to their future halftime shows: Clint Black, Tanya Tucker, Travis Tritt, The Judds, Tony Bennett, Diana Ross, The Blues Brothers, James Brown, Smokey Robinson, Janet Jackson, Temptations …
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Capitol Theatre welcomes Clint Black

Capitol Theatre welcomes Clint Black
Black's follow-up, Put Yourself in My Shoes, followed in 1990 and quickly went triple platinum. Since then, Clint has had nearly two dozen No. 1 hit singles and almost as many Top five and Top 10 hits. He has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide.
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Classic country star Black playing 3 shows at Paramount
If you're lucky, you might be able to score a ticket or a few for one of country music artist Clint Black's shows this week at the Paramount Theatre. Almost every ticket for his Friday and Saturday shows is gone. At this article's press time, most of …
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Clint Black- Nothing’s News

From his 1989 RCA album, “Killin’ Time,” © STAGE THREE SONGS.

I guess you’re off to have your fun Another ending just begun And I know what I don’t see Really shouldn’t bother me So, go and have yourself a ball You’ll b…
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Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas
Clint Black
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Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas

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Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas
Clint Black
Image by @giovanni
Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas

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Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas
Clint Black
Image by @giovanni
Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas

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Nobody’s Home – Clint Black

Nobody's Home - Clint Black

Clint Black “Nobody’s Home” Released: 1989 Album: Killin’ Time Lyrics: Move slowly to my dresser drawers Put my blue jeans on Find my cowboy boots, button do…
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Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas

Some cool Clint Black images:

Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas
Clint Black
Image by @giovanni
Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas

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Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas
Clint Black
Image by @giovanni
Clint Black at Billy Bob’s Texas

All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. All photos provided with a creative commons share-alike license. Use freely for commercial or non-profit use but give attribution to "Dallas Concert Photography" and link to www.LiveLoudTexas.com – You are responsible for securing any other rights required to reproduce these images for your own use.

Clint Black: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2

Clint Black: Greatest Hits, Vol. 2

CD RCA Records, RCA07863-67005-2, 2001 16 TrackClint Black eventually lost the head-to-head race with Garth Brooks to be the new-country king of the ’90s. But this impressive 16-song collection of hits and near-misses culled from Black’s half-dozen studio albums and padded with four fair-to-middlin’ new songs makes you wonder if the world wouldn’t have been better off if Black had won that race. These tracks (all of them written or cowritten by Black and many also produced by him) remind us that in the decade and a half or so since he first hit the charts, he’s been a far more adventurous songwriter and stylist than Brooks has ever been. That said, there’s a fair amount of chaff mixed with the wheat herein. Many of the newer songs–like “When I Said I Do” (a hit duet with his wife, actress Lisa Hartman), “Little Pearl” (Black’s sentimental ode to his new baby daughter), and the cliché-ridden “Money or Love”–tend to drown in either mawkish sentimentality or Black’s irritating lyric verbosity. But masterful tracks like “Been There” (a fine duet with Steve Wariner), the swingy “One More Payment,” the soulful “(The Lights Are On) Nobody’s Home,” and an impressive blues version of his 1990 hit “Put Yourself in My Shoes” (featuring a full horn arrangement) remind us how very good Black can be when he’s hitting on all cylinders. –Bob Allen

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weekend article, by By JERRY WOFFORD World Scene Writer

weekend article, by By JERRY WOFFORD World Scene Writer
With that in mind, here are some additions to the Weekend playlist from the Turnpike Troubadours, Billy Currington and Clint Black among others, playing this weekend in Tulsa. The playlist also includes new music from Wake Owl and Coldplay, just to mix …
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Weekend: Your guide to entertainment in Northeast Pennsylvania
AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH CLINT BLACK: April 6, 7:30 p.m., F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts, Wilkes-Barre, $ 29/$ 39/$ 49/$ 75. 570-826-1100. IN CONCERT: Manhattan School of Music Brass Orchestra and University of Scranton Singers, April 6, …
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