Terri Clark has a lot to celebrate. Her new album, Roots and Wings, hit stores this week and she picked up the Canadian Country Music Award for Top Female Vocalist on Monday. This is Terri’s fifth win in the category.
“I am humbled to be honored by my Canadian peers for my work over the past year,” Terri said. “Career longevity is something an artist like me dreams of and I feel that this award brings me a step closer to seeing that dream come true. I’m eternally grateful for all the blessings in my life and for the gifts music has brought me both as a fan and an artist.”
Roots and Wings is a collection of 10 tracks, nine of which were co-written by Terri. Alison Krauss, Sonya Isaacs and Kristen Hall (formally of Sugarland) contributed background vocals on the album. Terri is the only female Canadian member of the Grand Ole Opry and will return to the Opry stage on September 27 before launching a Canadian tour in October.