After years of being one of the biggest names in country music globally, Terri announced that she was going to leave her major label home & focus on making the music that she wanted to make. Yearning for change, she vowed to do things "her way". What fans got in return was what she called the most "personal" record of her career.
"The new album is just as personal. I didn't think I had it in me to dig that deep again and get that personal. It's personal in a lighter way."
We'll save all the stats for your googling pleasure. To the casual fan, Terri Clark is a staple when it comes to listing off female country artists they've heard of. For the rest of us, beyond the millions of albums sold and an innumerable amount of awards and recognition lies a resilient, real talent who reminds us that life truly is an adventure. For every solemn moment, there is also celebration.
Now, with a new outlook and her hat back on, Clark continues her personal journey with an inspiring combination of emotion and shameless joy in her newest release, "Roots and Wings".
To this day, there is no other artist like Terri Clark. In the seemingly endless debate of what's country, nobody will argue that Terri remains one of the most influential performers of our time. Even with all her success, you won't hear her brag about it. "I love letting people know and see that I am just an every day girl, with a not so every day job, but I don't feel a "disconnect" with my audience just because I am on the stage...I feel like we are all there to have a great time, myself included, and usually, that is what happens."
Terri Clark's ability to reinvent herself while returning to the sound that first brought her to us once again demonstrates the versatility of this one-of-a-kind entertainer. To be more concise, "She's still got it" ...
Terri Clark's 'Roots and Wings' won the 2012 Juno Award for Best Country Album of the Year!