Concert Review by Sarah Stultz
Canadian country music artist Terri Clark ended the musical entertainment at the Freeborn County Fair on a high note Saturday night, sharing both old and new songs alike and throwing in a little humor.
“It’s so good to be up here,” Clark said. “What a beautiful night we have.”
Hailing from Medicine Hat, Alberta, Clark began her show singing “I Just Wanna Be Mad” and “Girls Lie Too.”
As the only female musician at the Grandstand this week, Clark, 45, joked she was bringing “bra country.”
She encouraged members of the crowd to go after their dreams and talked about moving to Nashville from Medicine Hat and eventually becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry, the only Canadian woman with the honor.
“You have to go after it with no fear,” she said, before performing “No Fear,” which she co-wrote with Mary Chapin Carpenter.