International Country Superstar Terri Clark Returns To Her Roots With A 40-Date Solo Acoustic Cross-Canada Tour‏

Two time JUNO Award winner and eight time CCMA Entertainer of the Year recipient Terri Clark is pleased to announce the 2016 Back To My Roots Solo Acoustic Tour, kicking off in Summerside, PEI on September 14th. This is Clark like never before, up close and personal, performing her catalog of hits acoustically and sharing stories from her extensive career spanning over two decades, over the course of an impressive 40 dates across Canada.

From humble beginnings playing for tips at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge in Nashville to holding the honour of being the only Canadian female artist to be named a member of the Grand Ole Opry, Clark’s dynamic guitar work and driving vocals have earned her thirteen Top Ten singles including six number ones in Canada and the U.S. The tour, which wraps in Vancouver on November 12th, will see the five time CCMA Female Vocalist of the Year perform her hit songs like “Poor Poor Pitiful Me”, “Girls Lie Too” and “I Just Wanna Be Mad” in a more stripped back and personal fashion.

Having sold over four million albums worldwide, Clark has toured with country megastars like Brad Paisley, Brooks & Dunn and the legendary Reba McEntire. She’s collaborated with the likes of Vince Gill, Allison Krauss and Martina McBride and boasts three Platinum and two Gold certified records. Recently, Clark honed her radio skills as part of NASH/America’s Morning Show with Blair Garner and with short-form feature programming.  She is currently the host of Westwood One’s Classic Country show Country Gold, which airs on more than 100 stations and is a music-intensive, fan-interactive program featuring special guest artists and Country classics. 

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BACK TO MY ROOTS 2016 Tour Dates

September 14 – Summerside, PEI – Harbourfront Theatre

September 15 – Summerside, PEI – Harbourfront Theatre

September 16 – Halifax, NS – Casino Nova Scotia

September 17 – Moncton, NB – The Centre at Casino New Brunswick

September 18 – Woodstock, NB – Ayr Motor Centre

September 20 – Sherbrooke, QC – Centennial Theatre

September 21 – Brockville, ON – Brockville Arts Centre

September 22 – Belleville, ON – The Empire Theatre

September 24 – Lindsay, ON – Academy Theatre for Performing Arts

September 25 – Sudbury, ON – Fraser Auditorium, Laurentian University

September 28 – Chatham, ON – St. Clair College Capitol Theatre

September 29 – Oshawa, ON – The Regent Theatre

October 8 – Geraldton, ON – Geraldton Composite High School

October 10 – Atikokan, ON – St. Patrick’s School Auditorium

October 11 – Fort Frances, ON – Townshend Theatre

October 12 – Dryden, ON – Dryden Performing Arts Theatre

October 13 – Red Lake, ON – Red Lake High School

October 18 – Saskatoon, SK – TCU Place

October 19 – Regina, SK – Casino Regina Show Lounge

October 20 – Regina, SK – Casino Regina Show Lounge

October 21 – Medicine Hat, AB – Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre

October 22 – Medicine Hat, AB – Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre

October 23 – Fort McMurray, AB – Keyano Theatre

October 25 – Lloydminster, AB – Vic Juba Community Theatre

October 27 – Calgary, AB – Grey Eagle Resort & Casino

October 28 – Fork Saskatchewan, AB – Dow Centennial Centre – Shell Theatre

October 29 – Fort Saskatchewan, AB – Dow Centennial Centre – Shell Theatre

October 30 – Camrose, AB – Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre

November 2 – Terrace, BC – REM Lee Theatre

November 3 – Smithers, BC – Della Herman Theatre

November 4 – Prince George, BC – Vanier Hall

November 5 – Fort St John, BC – North Peace Cultural Centre

November 7 – Quesnel, BC – Quesnel Senior Centre

November 8 – Mission, BC – Clarke Theatre

November 9 – Nanaimo, BC – Port Theatre

November 10 – Duncan, BC – Cowichan Performing Arts Centre

November 12 – Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre

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