Home+1Multi platinum-selling country icon Clint Black is celebrating his 25th wedding anniversary to Lisa Hartman Black by teaming up with the Grand Ole Opry to present the “You Still Get To Me” Sweepstakes, named after the couple’s duet from his most recent album On Purpose, available at all digital retailers. Fans can enter for their chance to win a two-day trip to Nashville, TN to meet the happy couple at the iconic Grand Ole Opry where they will also enjoy a dinner backstage and a performance by Clint. The “You Still Get To Me” Sweepstakes, in partnership also with Southwest Airlines and Gaylord Opryland Resort, is open now until December 9th and fans can enter here: https://opry.com/clintblack.

Clint and Lisa recently spoke to Country Living about their relationship and working together on music, such as “You Still Get To Me,” the couple’s third duet and Black’s latest single from his album On Purpose. Clint said his wife is always front-and-center in his mind when he’s penning romantic lyrics, “When we got married, my capacity to feel deepened. Our marriage, who we are together, guides me. The big question [was], what would the two of us be saying in front of the rest of the world? It had to ring true for who we are.” The full interview can be read here: http://bit.ly/2ebt96N. Fans can also check out the official music video for “You Still Get To Me,” that includes personal photos of the couple through the years, http://tinyurl.com/j8mdq3x

Clint Black has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide and charted nearly two dozen #1 singles including “Nothing But The Taillights, “Like The Rain” and “When I Said I Do.” He’s one of the most successful artists in Country music history having written, recorded and released more than 100 songs, with nearly one third achieving “hit song” status on Country radio. Since his debut, Black has won numerous awards from the American Music Awards, Academy of County Music, the Grammys and the Country Music Association. Black came onto the scene in 1989 with the debut of his critically acclaimed fan favorite Killin’ Time, which won him Album of the Year, Top Male Vocalist, and Top New Male Vocalist. The Triple-Platinum debut release boasted five #1 hits –a first for any genre– including the title track, and “A Better Man,” which were 1989’s #1 and #2 singles of the year, a feat not achieved since Hank Williams Sr., 35 years earlier. He has had over two dozen #1 singles, and thirty-one Top 10 hits – all written by Black. Along with being a celebrated Country artist Clint serves as Honorary Chair for the International Rett Syndrome Foundation’s (IRSF) “Research to Reality: Funding Process.”

For more information on Clint Black please visit www.clintblack.com.