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Clint Black to Host New Circle Network Show, 'Talking in Circles'

Country legend Clint Black is launching a new interview-based television show on the Opry's Circle Network. Talking in Circles with Clint Black, set to premiere on May May 22 (following Opry Live), will feature conversations with Sara Evans, Darius Rucker, Steve Wariner, Trace Adkins, Travis Tritt, Keb' Mo, John Rich and more.

Additional guests will be announced in the coming weeks.

"Talking in Circles will be a candid artist-to-artist conversation with some of the top entertainers in the business about songwriting, recording, and performing on the road."  Black said in a statement. "I'm excited to let people 'overhear' some of the things we artists have to say when we talk shop."

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Talking in Circles is produced by Sound Off Productions alongside award-winning music and broadcast veteran Domenic J. Cotter. The show films at Analog, inside of Nashville's Hutton Hotel.

"The Circle Network is honored to partner with legendary country artist Clint Black for the upcoming Talking in Circles series. Clint will take us inside the minds of musicians and songwriters who make country music what it is today and give fans an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at conversations between artists," Evan Haiman, Circle Network's SVP of Content, said in a statement.

The Circle Network, a joint venture between Opry Entertainment Group, a subsidiary of Ryman Hospitality Properties, and Gray Television, is also home to Backstage at the OpryOpry Debut, Opry Docs, Opry Live, The Dailey & Vincent Show, Hee Haw reruns and more.

Black released his most recent album Out of Sane in 2020. The country superstar rose to fame as part of country music's Class of '89 and scored a string of No. 1 singles, including debut single "A Better Man," "Nobody's Home" and "Killin' Time." His latest release is "Till The End Of Time," a duet with his wife Lisa Hartman Black.

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