Terri Clark gets her fans rocking in Abbotsford

Canadian country sensation Terri Clark rocked Abbotsford on Friday night as she brought her “Classics” tour to the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre.

A crowd of fans came out to cheer on the Alberta native as she performed hit after hit.

With more than four million albums sold and a dozen top-10 hits to her credit, Clark has emerged as a must see on the Canadian country music scene.

She is an eight-time, fan-voted Canadian Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year and multiple Juno winner.

Clark exploded onto the country music scene in the mid-1990s with her own unique style (which some call “turbo traditional”) and she has a long list of hits, including Better Things To Do and When Boy Meets Girl.

In 2009, Clark released Long Way Home, which produced a number of hit singles including the foot stomping Gypsy Boots and If You Want Fire.

Classic is her latest recording. It is a collection of her favourite country songs and the album features many guest performers including Reba, Dierks Bentley, Jann Arden and Dean Brody.

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