Terri Clark has been deemed the new radio host of Westwood One’s ‘Country Gold’ radio show. The four-hour weekly program celebrates and revives country’s classic hits from the ’90s.
Terri, country singer, broadcast personality, native Canadian and eight-time CCMA (Canadian Country Music Association) Entertainer of the Year has made the country charts with some of her greatest hits like “Girls Lie Too”, “Now That I Found You,” and “I Just Wanna Be Mad” to her acclaim. She recently aired as co-host on the nationally syndicated ‘America’s Morning Show’ with Blair Garner and Chuck Wicks. Her new role as the host of ‘Country Gold’ will reconnect her with her fans on 100+ stations.
While I am out on the road performing, I can see how much people still love the music of the ’90s,” she says in an official statement. “It is extremely exciting to be able to showcase the music and artists that make up a huge part of the landscape of our lives. Country music is about real people, real life, and real stories, and some of the best was recorded during the era we will feature on this show.”
The program has been hosted by Alabama’s Randy Owen for the last four years. The long-running show features fan interaction and special guest stars, but their main focus is on country music itself, specifically from the ’90s. Coincidentally the same era that set Terri’s career running with hits such as “Poor Poor Pitful Me,” “Better Things to Do” and “You’re Easy on the Eyes.”
Be sure to tune in for Terri’s first Country Gold show airing the weekend of April 9th and 10th.