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Country singer Clint Black plays Boise concert

Hey, wasn’t the “I Love the ’90s Tour” just in Boise last month? (Yep, at Outlaw Field. Vanilla Ice headlined.) ANYWAY, if there were a country version of that tour, Clint Black would be the perfect headliner. Black came tearing out of the gate in 1989, spent the next two years cleaning up major country-music awards, then spent the next decade topping the charts. Those were the days when he performed in Boise arenas, delivering hits such as “Summer’s Comin’,” “No Time to Kill” and “State of Mind.” Black, 54, plays less expansive venues nowadays — such as the 2,200-capacity Revolution Center in Garden City — but fans needn’t worry. He and his backing band are still singing those same favorite songs.

7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, Revolution Center, 4983 Glenwood St., Garden City. $35 general, $49.50-59.50 reserved, $65 VIP. Ticketfly.

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