Clint Black seemed to come out of nowhere with the release of his 1989 album Killin' Time. For a while, he was at the top of the legendary Class of 89 that included Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt and Mary Chapin Carpenter. But his overnight success was anything but a sure thing, and his superstar status has endured more than a few bumps. Here, Black speaks about how he made it to Nashville through a series of fortuitous circumstances and how his career was nearly derailed by an extended legal battle, negative rumors and a two-year bout with exhaustion. He also openly discusses his fall from grace with his longtime record label, RCA, and his high-profile marriage to actress Lisa Hartman Black.moreless
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