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Terri Clark splits with Mercury

Tuesday, March 14, 2006 – Terri Clark has split with Mercury after 7 albums and 9 top 10 hits.

Clark said in a statement on her web site, "I have been on Mercury Records since 1995. During that time I formed many wonderful relationships with the staff, and will always look back on our years working together with great fondness. I am extremely excited about future career possibilities."

The Canadian did not say what they were. Her first single, "Better Things to Do" made it to number 3 in 1995. She enjoyed number 1 hits with "You're Easy on the Eyes in 1998 and "Girls Lie Too" in 2004.

There was no word on future plans for Clark.


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CD review - Classic If done correctly, a covers album is a great opportunity for a singer to reinvent some classic songs while making a statement about the type of music that he or she loves. Done poorly, it can be terribly boring. What's better, hearing some singer do a karaoke version of a Loretta Lynn hit or listening to the original? Fortunately, Terri Clark's "Timeless" more than does justice to some of her favorite songs. Clark wisely avoids the trap of staying too close to the ...
CD review - Roots and Wings Terri Clark is the perfect example of country music perseverance. Despite being nearly six years removed from her last major label release and having not produced a single reaching higher than 30 on the U.S. country chart since 2007, Clark just put out what is arguably her finest and most complete artistic statement with "Roots and Wings." The album, her second release on her own imprint, has everything from soaring rockers to raw and emotional ballads, along with a dash or two of ...


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