Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black‘s attraction first sparked in 1990 when the actress-singer went backstage to meet the country singer after his New Year’s Eve concert in Houston, Texas. The Texas-raised couple quietly dated and got married in Katy, Texas on October 20, 1991.
The talented pair recorded the award-winning duet “When I Said I Do” and released it in August 1999 as the first single from Black’s album D’lectrified. The romantic tune peaked at number 31 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, making it a crossover hit.
Check out the official music video below!
In 2001, the pair welcomed daughter Lily Pearl Black into the world. After residing in Los Angeles, California, the family of three permanently relocated to Nashville, Tennessee in 2002.
Clint and Lisa have been together for 30 years— so what’s their secret? Oddly enough, the “King of the Cowboys” Roy Rogers gave Clint one sage piece of marriage advice: “Don’t ever go to bed angry.”
Wise words to live by for sure. Check out Clint and Lisa’s brand new video for his latest single “You Still Get To Me” off of his tenth studio album On Purpose below.
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