TERRI CLARK’S NEW LABEL HOME

Terri Clark will now be hanging her hat at a new label, BNA Records.

(by Andrew Southam/
Joe's Garage)

Terri was recently dropped by her former label, Mercury, where she had been since 1995 and recorded hits like “Better Things to Do” and “Girls Lie, Too.” As part of the BNA roster, Terri joins such stars as Kenny Chesney, Lonestar, Blaine Larsen and more. The label reports that fans can expect a new CD from Terri early in 2007.

Terri will also be performing at the CMA Music Festival, Friday, June 9, at the Coliseum in Nashville. Joining Terri for that show are Trace Adkins, Jason Aldean, Trisha Yearwood and more. The CMA Music Festival runs from June 8–11 in downtown Nashville, and features more than 70 hours of live music.

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