Clint Black is bringing his Still… Killin’ Time 30th Anniversary tour to Evansville, IN at Aiken
Theatre at Old National Events Plaza on Friday, March 15th, 2019. Tickets start at $39.00 and go on sale Friday, February 1st at 10 AM.
Prolific singer-songwriter Clint Black has long been heralded as one of Country music’s brightest stars.
His many talents have taken him even further, as Black has transcended genres to become one of the most successful artists in all the music benchmark in any artist’s career. An astounding one-third of these songs eligible for major single release also achieved hit song status at Country radio, while more than 20 million of his albums have been sold worldwide.
Black’s continued success can be attributed in part to his deep sense of Country music history, and he’s humble gratitude in being an important part of it. The 1989 debut of his critically acclaimed fan favorite, the triple platinum Killin’ Time marked a shift in the industry with a return to the more traditional sounds of the genre. CMT lists this album as one of the 100 Greatest Albums in Country Music.
Released while Black was still an unknown Texas-based artist and writer, Killin’ Time boasted five #1 hits – unprecedented from a debut album in any genre – and won Black a collection of awards that included:
Country Music Association Horizon Award, Country Music Association Male Vocalist of the Year,
American Music Awards Favorite New Male Country Artist, Academy of Country Music Best New Male
Vocalist, Academy of Country Music Best Male Vocalist, Academy of Country Music Album of the Year
(Killin’ Time), and Academy of Country Music Single of the Year (“A Better Man”). Black has had nearly
two dozen #1 hit singles, and almost as many Top 5 and Top 10 hits – all of them his original
compositions, which is itself a notable rarity in popular music. The overall number of his awards,
including a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, surpasses the number of his hit records, while he has
performed for a staggering number of dedicated music fans in concerts through the years.