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Multi-Platinum Artist Terri Clark to Release Roots and Wings

Digital Release July 26, Physical Release September 13

NASHVILLETENN. (July 7, 2011) -- Multi-platinum artist, songwriter and musician Terri Clark will release Roots and Wings, a 10-song collection she produced, July 26 digitally with a physical release following September 13.  “I chose the album’s title after much deliberation about naming it after one of the song titles,” Clark notes.  “The past year and a half was full of bitter and sweet and while it was tough, I feel it’s times like that when our minds grow the most so it definitely inspired me to write many of these songs.”

Clark co-wrote nine of the 10 tracks on Roots and Wings, hooking up with songwriting all-stars like Kristen Hall (formerly of Sugarland), Tia Sillers, Tom Shapiro, Jim Collins and Jim Rushing.  Recorded at studios in Nashville and Toronto, session musician greats include Kenny Greenberg, Stuart Duncan, Andrea Zonn, Glen Worff, Bryan Sutton and Dan Dugmore among others.  Backing vocal guests include Alison Krauss, Sonya Isaacs and Kristen Hall.

Long a trailblazer, Clark remains the only successful female ‘hat act’ in country music.  She’s celebrated 11 Top 10 hits -- including four in the No. 1 spot, is the only female Canadian member of the Grand Ole Opry, has won the fan-voted Canadian Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year Award an unprecedented eight times (more than Shania Twain or k.d. lang), won two Juno Awards and has several CMA, ACM and Billboard nominations to her credit.   

Roots and Wings track listing:

Wrecking Ball  (Terri Clark, Tia Sillers, Victoria Banks)
Breakin’ Up Thing (Terri Clark, Kristen Hall)
The One (Terri Clark, Tom Shapiro, Jim Collins)
Northern Girl (Terri Clark, Kristen Hall)
Beautiful and Broken (Terri Clark, Kristen Hall)
The Good Was Great (Terri Clark, Tia Sillers, Deric Ruttan)
Lonesome’s Last Call (Terri Clark, Jim Rushing)
Smile [featuring Alison Krauss] (Terri Clark, Karyn Rochelle)
We’re Here for a Good Time  (Ramon McGuire, Brian Smith)
Flowers in Snow (Terri Clark, Kristen Hall)


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