Spendin’ a little time in concert with country troubadour Clint Black

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Clint Black mysteriously embodies “Cadillac Jack Fever” from 1997’s “Nothin’ on but the Taillights” album cover photo shoot. Photography by Timothy White
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Clint Black and longtime lead guitarist-songwriting buddy Hayden Nicholas solo with abandon during a June 13, 2009, concert at Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia. Photography by Jeremy Roberts
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Clint Black settles down for an intimate acoustic segment at Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia, on June 13, 2009. Photography by Jeremy Roberts
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A sweat-drenched Clint Black conveys his “one emotion” during a showstopping vocal showcase onstage at Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia, on June 13, 2009. Photography by Jeremy Roberts
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Country singer Clint Black prepares to throw a fan’s cowboy hat back into the crowd as longtime drummer Dick Gay encourages him on June 13, 2009, at Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia. Photography by Jeremy Roberts
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Pianist Dane Bryant, fiddle player Dan Kelly, guitarist Hayden Nicholas, singer Clint Black, drummer Dick Gay, guitarist Bryan Austin, and bassist Jake Willemain thank the Valdosta, Georgia, audience for a jam-packed evening of country music. Photography by Jeremy Roberts
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Clint Black and longtime sideman-songwriting buddy Hayden Nicholas trade back to back electric guitar solos during their June 13, 2009, concert at Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia. Photography by Jeremy Roberts
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Clint Black and this vintage Gretsch Country Gentleman electric guitar are made for each other in this circa 2010 still. Image Credit: Clint Black’s official Facebook
Click to watch Clint Black, nominated for Best Male Country Vocal, perform number one song “Like the Rain.” Co-written by Hayden Nicholas, the anthemic cut was released in September 1996 on Black’s “Greatest Hits” album compilation. Video Credit: YouTube user Campbell Sadeghy; Music Credit: Sony Music Entertainment

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