Clint Black has had a profound effect on the music industry, not only through his own recordings, but also through the establishment of his brainchild, Equity Music Group, a record company he co-founded in 2003.
He is a profound, not to mention prolific, songwriter. To date, he has written, recorded and released more than 100 songs, a benchmark in any artist's career. An astounding one third of the songs eligible for single release achieved hit song status at Country Radio. He has sold over 20 million albums worldwide. As a musician, he profoundly astounds -- he is an accomplished guitarist, and humbly describes himself as proficient on drums, harmonica, bass guitar and an assortment of percussion instruments.
Black will be playing for the charity, International Rett Syndrome Foundation.
Clint's charity is the International Rett Syndrome Foundation International Rett Syndrome Foundation - Home
PERSONAL CONNECTION: In 2003, Clint lost his 16-year old niece to Rett syndrome, a devastating neuro-developmental disorder. Clint is grateful for the opportunity to be working for the International Rett Syndrome Foundation, which funds research for treatment of the disease. Clint hopes that fundraising efforts may help find a cure for the disease that took his niece's life