Clint Black is a country music singer-songwriter who was born in Red Bank, New Jersey, but spent his childhood and early adult years in Houston, Texas. He became a star when four songs on his first album, "Killin Time," rose to the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks Charts. Black has also dabbled in acting, with appearances in "Maverick" and "Still Holding On: The Legend of Cadillac Jack."
In 2003, Black partnered with Koch Entertainment to found his own record label called Equity Music Group. He was able to sign several promising acts including Little Big Town and Laura Bryna. Unfortunately, the label ran into financial trouble and had to be shuttered in 2008.
Throughout his career, Black has maintained several corporate partnerships and produced several compilation albums featuring reworked versions of his earlier songs. In 2013, he partnered with Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores to release "When I Said I Do," a collection of love songs and ballads released between 1989 and 2012.
As of 2015, Black is married to Lisa Hartman Black. He has a daughter named Lily Pearl Black from his marriage to Hartman, and another daughter named Chelsea Bain from a previous relationship.