Terri Clark Reimagines “Now That I Found You” As A Duet With Ben Rector

Country icon Terri Clark introduces the second duet from Terri Clark: Take Two today, as she teams up with Platinum-selling singer-songwriter Ben Rector for “Now That I Found You.”

Terri Clark Take Two

The full eight-song project, arriving Friday, May 31, reimagines the Country chart-topper’s biggest hits with new voices including Lauren Alaina, Paul Brandt, Kelly Clarkson, Cody Johnson, Ashley McBryde, Carly Pearce, Ben Rector and Lainey Wilson.

“I’ve been a fan of Ben Rector for a while now,” says Clark. “He’s a brilliant singer, songster and musician with a talent truly out of this world. ‘Now That I Found You’ was originally written as a pop song, and when I recorded it in 1998, I hesitated cutting it for that reason. When it became a Country hit, I saw how much it resonated with people and now many years later it’s come full circle as a duet with Ben. Ben’s influence on this track and his astounding vocals are just magic, and to say it was an honor working with him would be an understatement. I really wanted to do this duet with a guy outside of the Country genre and he truly exceeded my expectations. He gave new life to the song with a completely fresh perspective. It feels like it was always meant to be a duet.”


Today’s release, “Now That I Found You,” sees the powerhouse vocalists celebrating a growing relationship that triumphs over past heartbreaks. While the original chart-topping hit displayed a guitar-laced melody, the ballad now features a prominent piano as the guiding instrument. The addition of prolific pop artist Rector moves this into true duet territory, shifting to now feature both the male and female perspective of a budding relationship.

Released via Mercury Nashville/UMe, Terri Clark: Take Two is the next chapter in Clark’s long history of accolades. The celebrated singer-songwriter continues to bolster her legendary status in Country music as she rewinds the clock to visit the iconic tracks that all reached the Top Ten on the Country charts at the time of their release. Her “independent-minded ethos has proven an influence on a new generation of artists” (Billboard) as she teams up with today’s top hitmakers. The already-released “Better Things To Do” (featuring Ashley McBryde) showcases the female powerhouses teaming up for a fresh version that “raises the bar with a completely new production, making for an epic modern-day honky-tonk anthem with that same nostalgic flair that the original boasts” (Country Now).


In addition to the duets album, Clark’s Greatest Hits vinyl will also be available for purchase on Take Two’s release day. Taking vinyl form for the first time, the 14-song collection will commemorate its 20th anniversary this year featuring Clark’s Top 10 singles, including the No. 1 hit, “You’re Easy on the Eyes.” 

The Country legend carries the moment on the road as she announces her first-ever headlining show at the Ryman Auditorium on Thursday, August 29. As the Canadian Music Hall of Famer gears up for a monumental year, keep up with Clark and her upcoming announcements at terriclark.com and on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and TikTok.


1.“I Just Wanna Be Mad” (featuring Cody Johnson)

2. “Poor Poor Pitiful Me” (featuring Lainey Wilson)

3. “Better Things to Do” (featuring Ashley McBryde)

4. “Now That I Found You” (featuring Ben Rector)

5. “I Wanna Do It All” (featuring Lauren Alaina)

6. “If I Were You” (featuring Kelly Clarkson)

7. “Girls Lie Too” (featuring Carly Pearce)

8. “You’re Easy On The Eyes (live)” (featuring Paul Brandt)



1. “Better Things To Do”

2. “When Boy Meets Girl”

3. “If I Were You”

4. “Poor, Poor Pitiful Me”

5. “Emotional Girl”

6. “Now That I Found You”

7. “You’re Easy On The Eyes”


8. “Everytime I Cry”

9. “A Little Gasoline”

10. “I Just Wanna Be Mad”

11. “I Wanna Do It All”

12. “Girls Lie Too”

13. “One Of The Guys”

14. “No Fear”

About Shauna "WhiskeyChick" Castorena

Shauna "WhiskeyChick" Castorena is a freelance writer for both Country Music News and Country Music On Tour. Want to collab on some content? Email me. Want my rates for commercial promo work outside of music? Get them right here.

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