Paul Brandt & Terri Clark at Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

Paul Brandt & Terri Clark Tickets

Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium | Edmonton, Alberta

Paul Brandt and Terri Clark have had a connection for a long time, from sharing the same hat to being from the same state, so when the two decided to get together for their "HOMECOMING" tour, it was a no brainer. The two started to discuss the prospect of touring together in 2018 at the CCMA Awards, and the seed was planted for what has become one of country music's hottest tours. The tour promises to be an intimate affair with some of their best fan favorites and a whole bunch of audience participation. This concert will be all about what you want to hear, taking you back to a time when country was really country. Securing your seats for the show at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium on Thursday, November 9, 2023, is now a must because, with these two amazing artists and their legion of followers, tickets are sure to sell out quickly. Click the "GET TICKETS" button now to get started.

Paul Brandt & Terri Clark at Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

Canadian born country musician Paul Rennée Belobersycky, known professionally as Paul Brandt, has been thrilling audiences for well over two decades now, and with a laundry list of hits, he has become one of the most beloved artists of the genre.

He broke onto the scene with his incredible single, "My Heart Has a History," which was included in the stunning album "Calm Before the Storm." The debut single put him in the top ten on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and made him the first Canadian to do so since Hank Snow in 1974.

Brandt was signed to Warner/Reprise Records and released his first two albums on the label. After leaving, he started his own label, "Brand-T Records," and has released every subsequent album under that company. To date, he has released the following albums: This Time Around (2004) A Gift (2006) Risk (2007) Give It Away (2011), Just as I Am (2012). His list of awards is incredible and includes a bunch of CCMAs, Juno Awards, GMAs, a CMA, a CMT, and many more.

Similarly, Terri Clark has also had a lot of success in the United States as well as Canada. Signed to the hit making label, Mecury Records, way back in 1995, she released her debut album, "Terri Clark," which was certified platinum in both countries, and so were her subsequent releases, "Just the Same" in 1996 and "How I Feel" in 1998. All three of the albums also produced many top ten hits in both countries.

All told, Clark has produced 12 albums, including the aforesaid three plus Fearless (2000), Pain to Kill (2003), Life Goes On (2005), The Long Way Home (2009), Roots and Wings (2011), Classic (2012), Some Songs (2014), Raising the Bar (2018), and It's Christmas…Cheers! (2020). The albums have accounted for over 20 singles, including an incredible six number ones.

2004 saw Terri become a member of the Grand Ole Opry, a real honor for any country music artist to achieve. She also gained notoriety for being inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and becoming a member of the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

Both of these phenominal artists are incredible on their own, but combined, they make a country music powerhouse that is unrivaled in the industry, and getting to their show is a treat of epic proportions. So grab your tickets right now.

Paul Brandt & Terri Clark at Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

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