Clint Black Unveils Tour Commemorating 35th Anniversary of “Killin’ Time”

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

Clint Black is set to embark on a tour across the United States and Canada in 2024, featuring complete performances of his album “Killin’ Time.”

Clint Black is not idly passing the time in commemorating the 35th anniversary of his breakthrough hit and album, “Killin’ Time.” The acclaimed multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter announced plans on Tuesday for an extensive 2024 Killin’ Time – The 35th Anniversary World Tour. Throughout the performance, Black will showcase his triple-platinum debut album in its entirety.

Reflecting on the upcoming tour, Black expressed, “Time flies when you’re…Killin’ Time!” in a statement. “My band and I are thrilled to present the album from start to finish. Revisiting these songs has been a source of inspiration, and we eagerly anticipate hitting the road to share it with the fans! Commencing at the Ryman will add a particularly special touch to our journey across North America!”

The tour is set to kick off with a series of three consecutive concerts at the renowned Ryman Auditorium in Nashville in February. From there, it will traverse through Oklahoma and Texas, head up to Pennsylvania, extend over to California, and cross into Canada.

In addition to presenting the complete “Killin’ Time” album, featuring well-known hits like “A Better Man” and “Nobody’s Home,” Clint Black will also showcase many other chart-topping hits that have played a significant role in shaping his career. Among these are tracks such as “Loving Blind,” “Like the Rain,” and “A Bad Goodbye.”