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Terri Clark


Terri Clark was born on Aug. 5, 1968, in Montreal and was raised in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. She moved to Nashville at age 18 and paid her dues by playing at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, the famous honky-tonk bar across the alley from the Ryman Auditorium. After signing to Mercury Records, she reached No. 3 with her first single, "Better Things to Do," in 1995, followed by hits like "When Boy Meets Girl," a remake of "Poor Poor Pitiful Me" and "Now That I Found You." After hitting No. 1 in 1998 with "Easy on the Eyes," Clark downplayed the cowgirl image, but her career momentum faltered. However, in 2003, she rebounded with the spunky hit "I Just Wanna Be Mad."

Though she still lives in Nashville, Clark won the Canadian County Music Association Fans' Choice Entertainer of the Year in 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2003.

She released Greatest Hits: 1994-2004 in 2004, which included the No. 1 hit, "Girls Lie Too," then parted ways with Mercury after her 2005 follow-up album failed to produce a hit single. However, she did get married in 2005 to her tour manager, Greg Kaczor. She is currently signed to RCA Records.