Clint Black is taking over Taste of Country this week, and as part of the scheduled events, he'll take questions from fans via our Facebook page on Tuesday night (Feb. 23).

The country star is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his landmark debut album, Killin' Time, by releasing exclusive video content every day this week, and he has also agreed to take questions directly from his fans in a social media outreach. The award-winning singer, songwriter and media personality will field fan queries from 7-8PM CT on Tuesday night, talking about Killin' Time, his long string of hits, his current album On Purpose and whatever else his fans might throw at him.

Black shot to practically overnight fame in the wake of the 1989 release of Killin' Time, which was certified platinum and spawned five hit singles, including career-making hits like "Killin' Time" and "A Better Man." Black wrote or co-wrote all of the songs for the album, and he used his own band to record the tracks, instead of slick Nashville studio players. The result is an album that has stood the test of time ... and so has Black's band, which still features many of the same core players who performed on Killin' Time.

Black will perform some of the songs from Killin' Time as he tours to promote On Purpose this year, and he's releasing fresh video content every day via Taste of Country. Check out his newly-recorded version of "Killiin' Time," as well as a roundtable with Black, producer James Stroud and the creative team behind Killin' Time, and visit Taste of Country every day this week for more exclusive content with Clint Black.

Backstage at the 2015 ACM Awards With Clint Black