Thirty years after releasing his seminal debut album, the triple-platinum-selling Killin' Time, country superstar Clint Black is hitting the road to celebrate 30 years of music with his fans. His Still ... Killin' Time Tour is set to kick off on March 8, 2019 in Norman, Okla., and will proceed throughout the year in cities across America.

Including hits such as "A Better Man," "Nobody's Home" and the title track, "Killin' Time," the album has remained one of the genre's most popular and influential projects since its release in 1989. Black explains in a press release that the songs on his debut studio project are particularly important to him because of the lifelong connection that that album forged between him and his listeners.

"My songs, and especially the songs from Killin' Time, are the glue that connects me to my fans. I'm excited that they've been a part of the soundtrack to their lives for so many years," he comments.

As he prepares to launch the Still ... Killin' Time Tour, Black hopes to make the live show even more special than his shows to date have been, in celebration of the music's anniversary. For more details, including ticketing information, visit Black's official website.

Clint Black, Still ... Killin' Time Tour Dates:

March 8 -- Norman, Okla. @ Riverwind Casino
March 9 -- Kansas City, Mo. @ Ameristar Casino KC Star Pavillion
March 15 -- Evansville, Ind. @ Aiken Theatre
March 16 -- Northfield, Ohio @ Hard Rock Live
March 22 -- St. Petersburg, Fla. @ Mahaffey Theater
March 23 -- Fort Pierce, Fla @ Sunrise Theatre
March 24 -- Naples, Fla. @ Hayes Hall
March 29 -- Waterloo, N.Y. @ Del Lago Resort & Casino
March 30 -- Rising Sun, Ind.@ Rising Star Casino Resort
March 31 -- Bristol, Tenn. @ Paramount Center for the Arts
April 12 -- Westbury, N.Y. -@ Theatre at Westbury
April 26 -- Hinckley, Minn. @ Grand Casino Hinckley Event Center
April 27 -- Wisconsin Dells, Wisc. @ Crystal Grande Music Theatre
May 3 -- Live Oak, Fla. @ Suwannee River Jam
June 20 -- Manhattan, Kan. @ Country Stampede
June 21 -- Dubuque, Iowa @ America's River Festival
June 23 -- Chicago, Ill. @ Country LakeShake Festival
July 20  -- Cheyenne, Wy. @ Cheyenne Frontier Days
July 24 -- Helena, Mont. @ Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds
Aug. 23 -- Mitchell, S.D. @ Corn Palace Festival
Sept. 7 -- Eldon, Mo. @ Shawnee Bluff Vineyard
Sept. 26 -- Minot, N.D. @ Norsk Hostfest
Oct. 8 -- Salt Lake City, Utah @ Eccles Theater

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