Clint Black and History Detectives’ Elyse Luray uncover the secrets of Black’s antique book. Airing July 24, 2012 on PBS. Photo Credit: Jon-Paul Photography

Lifetime’s Coming Home to air Wednesday, July 4 at 10:00 p.m. ET; PBS’ History Detectives to air Tuesday, July 24 at 9:00 p.m. ET

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music icon Clint Black will be hitting the small screen this month with appearances on Lifetime’s Coming Home and PBS’ History Detectives
The Lifetime reality series features heartwarming military homecomings,
documenting service members’ return to their loved ones in
unforgettable and inspiring surprise reunions.  In Black’s episode,
airing Wednesday, July 4 at 10:00 p.m. ET,
the country star helps two children write a song about their Army
captain father who is returning from Afghanistan to surprise his
family.  For listings, please visit

In addition, Black receives a surprise of his own when PBS’ History Detectives visits his home in Nashville to uncover the story behind an artifact his wife, Lisa Hartman Black, had given the history buff decades ago.  History Detectives
is devoted to exploring historical mysteries, searching out the facts,
myths and conundrums that connect local folklore, family legends and
interesting objects.  Tune in to PBS on Tuesday, July 24 at 9:00 p.m. ET to see what unfolds for Black.

For the latest information, news, tour dates and more, please visit

Upcoming Appearances:
July 4   Phoenix, AZ
July 6   Nice, CA
July 14 Choctaw, MS
July 27 Foxborough, MA
July 28 Red Bank, NJ
Aug 6   Jackson, MI
Aug 10 Moncton, NB
Aug 18 Biloxi, MS
Sep 1   Mesquite, TX
Sep 6   Kingston, WA
Sep 7   Canyonville, OR
Sep 8   Oroville, CA
Sep 14 Lake Jackson, TX
Sep 15 Crockett, TX
Sep 28 Tiffin, OH
Sep 29 Lawrenceburg, IN
Oct 4    New Braunfels, TX
Oct 22-24  Branson, MO
Nov 17 Tama, IA
Nov 30 Greensburg, PA

About Clint Black:
Black has long been a fixture in the country music community with
international and cross-genre notoriety as a songwriter, record
producer, and instrumentalist.  Black has written, recorded, and
released more than 100 songs, an impressive feat for any artist’s
career, while an astounding one-third of these songs achieved hit status
on country radio.  Black is an accomplished singer and guitarist with a
proficiency on the drums and harmonica; all which lends itself to why
he has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide.  Black’s 1989
RIAA-certified triple platinum debut Killin’ Time catapulted
this then unknown Texas singer/songwriter into the limelight, but for
Black, that was only the beginning.  Several platinum-selling albums
followed including Put Yourself In My Shoes, The Hard Way, and No Time To Kill, along with film and television roles.  Black also chairs philanthropic efforts in support of the
International Rett Syndrome Foundation.  Black is currently in the studio working his upcoming album due out later this year. For more information on Clint Black, please visit

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