Clint Black ‘Coming Home’ to Small Screen
Clint Black is returning to the small screen not once, but twice this month. The former "Celebrity Apprentice" contestant will first appear on an episode of Lifetime's reality series, "Coming Home," which documents service men and women returning to their loved ones in surprise reunions. The Texan's episode will air tomorrow (July 4), and will feature him helping two children write a song about their Army captain father, who is returning from Afghanistan to surprise his family.
The tables turn on the "No Time to Kill" singer later in the month, when he is surprised by "History Detectives" on PBS. In the episode, which will air on July 24, the show pays a visit to his Nashville residence, to uncover the story behind and artifact given to him by his wife, actress Lisa Hartman Black, decades ago.
The "No Time to Kill" singer is also back in the studio, working on his first new album in seven years. He is also keeping his summer busy with a calendar full of shows, including stops in Arizona, California and Mississippi. See his complete schedule here.