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Terri Clark, stronger on her own

Terri Clark, stronger on her own

In order to become truly happy, Canadian country veteran Terri Clark knew she had to leave the one relationship she had worked so hard to build — the one with BNA Records, the Nashville-based label owned by Sony. After spending 14 years on a major label, Clark announced in 2008 that her constant pursuit for a hit record had worn her out, creatively. Grateful for her past success but more than ready to forge on independently, Clark left BNA and finally felt liberated. She said it was no surprise that after her announcement to leave BNA, the subsequent album — 2009's "The Long Way Home," released on her own Baretrack Records — immediately poured out of her. ...

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