By Terri Clark
What is it like being a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and celebrity? For multi-platinum promoting kingdom songstress Terri Clark, it is a global of journey buses, pleasant faces and passing moments captured in songs. Having stored a magazine in the course of her upward push from breakout sensation to first lady in over a yr to have a leading state hit together with her "I simply Wanna Be Mad", this booklet provides an unheard of perception into the cost of the dream, the enjoyment of production, and the fun of arrival. With a candour usually unseen in cutting-edge airbrushed-for-your-protection global, Clark indicates the self-discipline and fervour for all times that empowers those that love her strong-woman tackle how issues paintings within the genuine international.
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I've been invited to be on the ACM awards on Wednesday night...! can't say what part of the show yet, as it's a special surprise to another performer, but I'm excited and thrilled to be a part of it. I've always admired this performer and am glad I will get to go and be a part of this. The Sugarbugs event went very well last night. she was pretty darn good too!! No matter what happens with "No Fear," I am so glad that organizations such as this and the Special Olympics have found the inspiration behind this song and adopted it as the slogan song for the organizations.
We need requests and passion at radio for the song now more than ever, as we're teetering on a weekly basis and hitting a hard spot with it. music heals the heart! TERRI CLARK / 48 May 23, 2001 Well, here we are in California (God, I love it here). These very well may be my favorite crowds in the US, they're all as crazy as I am. we played the Crazy Horse in Irvine Sunday night and I fell absolutely madly in love. He was the cutest thing I've ever seen. Red hair, 4 legs and cute droopy ears. He was a 7-week-old Dachshund puppy.
Anyway, after that, I go to Georgia, then to Toronto for the Juno awards, then back onto the second leg of the Canadian acoustic tour. My tour manager told me that there were 4 people at last night's show who called before the show started, wanting their money back, because they found out it was an " acoustic" show and they wanted the full band electric show. (hmm, guess it weren't so bad after all). We're having such a blast, but I can tell the road is wearing a bit on everyone. It's only natural.