Terri Clark

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Terri Clark celebrated the release of her star-studded duets album, Terri Clark: Take Two, with a jam-packed weekend of performances throughout CMA Fest. Stage after stage, Clark showcased her timeless hits and once again proved her staying power as one of Country’s most important female voices.

Clark kicked off the weekend at the Grand Ole Opry, as the only Canadian female member of the famed institution, where she commemorated the 20th anniversary of her induction. During her set, Clark was joined by the Opry’s newest inductee, Lainey Wilson, for a surprise performance of “Poor, Poor Pitiful Me” which was just re-released as a duet by the pair on Terri Clark: Take Two.

On Saturday, June 8, the milestones continued as the Country hitmaker opened night three of Nissan Stadium. Clark’s set included familiar favorites of her iconic chart-topping hits including “Girls Lie Too,” “I Just Wanna Be Mad” and “Better Things To Do,” greeted by fans singing along to every word. Following her set, Clark made a surprise return to the stage during Wilson’s slot for another showcasing of “Poor, Poor Pitiful Me,” which “truly sets the project ablaze” (All Country News) on Take Two. The Country powerhouses brought their harmonizing vocals to the forefront on the new collaboration as thousands of fans sang along.

Wrapping up an exciting release week full of CMA Fest performances, Clark closed out the weekend on a high note at the Skydeck on Broadway for UMG Nashville’s takeover.

Next, she looks forward to a summer of touring before making her headline debut at the Ryman Auditorium on August 29.