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Clint Black, Ray Wylie Hubbard and Pam Tillis bring all kinds of country to the front range this week

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Clint Black makes a stop at the Pikes Peak Center June 13.
  • Clint Black makes a stop at the Pikes Peak Center June 13.
Country music isn’t quite up there with metal in the “very specific sub-genre” department, but it’s certainly underrated in that regard. Luckily for country fans of all varieties, there are three notable acts descending upon the area with back-to-back shows, and at least one of them should be able to scratch your specific country itch.

On Wednesday, June 13, Clint Black, who racked up gold records and chart-topping singles with ease during the ’90s, brings his hitmaking traditional country stylings to the Pikes Peak Center. For those who prefer more of a Texas country/Americana slant to things, the ever-prolific singer-songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard of “Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother” fame will be performing the following evening, June 14, at Stargazers, joined by acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Jeff Plankenhorn. If you’re a fan of Hubbard and not already familiar with Plankenhorn, you have a lot to look forward to.

Finally, capping off the week’s country trilogy of sorts, singer-songwriter and actress Pam Tillis will play the Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts on Friday, June 15. Tillis, the daughter of the legendary country singer Mel Tillis, made her own way into an incredible career, boasting multiple platinum records, numerous CMA awards and a Grammy award.

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