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CLINT BLACK & LISA HARTMAN BLACK

Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black, going 30 years strong asa married duo, are taking their act out on the road as a singing duo for the first time ever on the Mostly Hits & The Mrs. Tour.

It has been three decades since the release of Clint Black’s groundbreaking debut album, Killin’ Time. The genre-altering record cemented the country music icon as one of the truest traditionalists in the game and his widespread influence can still be felt in the works of artists today.

Having sold over 20 million records, earning 22 #1 career singles, nearly two dozen gold and platinum awards (U.S. and Canada), a Grammy Award, numerous CMA, ACM and American Music Awards, and being honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Clint Black has had one of the most storied careers in modern music.

One of his chart-topping singles, When I Said I Do was his first duet with wife Lisa Hartman Black. Blending their natural harmonies to convey heartfelt lyrics, the couple recorded three other duets, Easy For Me To Say, a top 20 single, You Still Get Me and ‘Til The End Of Time, which was inspired by their time on the hit show The Masked Singer.

No stranger to the spotlight through her successful acting career (Knot’s Landing, Tabitha), Lisa Hartman Black has also released several albums and numerous singles as a solo artist.

The couple has also starred on screen together in the movies Flicka: Country Pride and Holding On: The Legend of Cadillac Jack.

Country music’s favorite sweethearts, Clint Black, andLisa Hartman Black will entertain you with an unforgettable performance in honor of Vogel Alcove’s mission.

Celebrate our 35 years of changing lives with a musical setlist featuring over twenty-one #1 Billboard hits.

The night begins at 5:30pm with an open-bar reception in the Bonnie & Clyde Speakeasy. Then, the doors to the South Side Ballroom open at 7:00pm for a curated dinner and program. 

After dinner, sing and dance the night away starting at 8:00pm with special guests, Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black, all while providing vital support to Dallas’ homeless children.

Family homelessness is a hidden crisis, occurring in virtually every community across North Texas.  More than 4,500 children in Dallas go to bed each night without a place to call home. We cannot continue to let that happen.

The Annual Arts Performance Event is Vogel Alcove’s flagship fundraiser, raising a significant percentage of our operating budget. The generosity of our supporters has played a critical role in giving children back what homelessness has taken from them: safety, respect, and the chance to be a child.

The possibility of changing a child’s life is in your hands. Join us on April 30th and make a difference in our community.