Country icon Clint Black has signed a record deal with Nashville-based entertainment company Thirty Tigers that will clear the way for him to release his first album in nearly a decade. Black, who has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide and charted nearly two dozen #1 singles including “Nothing But The Taillights, “Like The Rain” and “When I Said I Do,” is expected to release his as of yet untitled new album this fall. The highly anticipated release will mark Black’s first studio album in seven years, none since 2008’s The Long Cool EP.
“Thirty Tigers has an independent spirit,” said Clint Black. “They believe in allowing artists the creative freedom to create music we can all be passionate about. What’s more, I value and appreciate that their focus lies squarely where it belongs – on the music.”
“Thirty Tigers is a place that values not only great songwriters, but great performers,” said David Macias, Thirty Tigers President. “Clint is one of the format’s best at both. I could not be more excited about this new album – it’s long overdue – and for Thirty Tigers to get the chance to work with an artist of Clint’s caliber, whose music I’ve loved for so long, is truly an honor.”