Kenny debuted the new music video for When I See This Bar tonight on USA Today and let me tell you, I can see why Kenny spends so much time…
Cassadee Pope premiered the brand new music video for
her debut Country single, Wasting All These Tears, on CMT this morning. Unfortunately, the video is only available on CMT and CMT.com today, but in 24 short hours you can come back here to this post and watch the video above. Or you can head over to CMT.com and check it out now.
Here's a bit about the video from a recent press release:
Shot in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood, director
Brian Lazzaro immediately foreshadows a story of surviving a painful discovery.
Swinging from carefree scenes of young love to the breathless moments of deceit,
Cassadee shines in the cinematic voyage.
This April, Sugarland's Kristian Bush made a decision: it
was time to start sharing the music he was writing. "I've written over 50 songs
just this year," Bush says. "It's like I'm on a streak. The songs just keep
coming. And if you add these to everything from the past two decades, they might
never all be heard." He launched his 'Music Mondays' web series that week, and
has since released 12 tracks, both old and new, via KristianBush.com and his
social media feeds. [Hear the "mixtape" of his first eleven songs here.] "I love
writing songs, and I love how the right song at the right time can change
everything," adds Bush. "I'm always looking for new ways to connect these songs
with people who might need to hear them."
Country superstar Tim McGraw will premiere the new music video
for "Southern Girl" by partnering with country radio stations nationwide.
Stations will debut the video on their websites simultaneously starting at 4 pm
ET on July 23, 2013. Immediately following the premiere, McGraw will host a
twitter chat with fans via @TheTimMcGraw.
Chuck Wicks (I just typed Chuck Wisk for some odd reason) recently caught up with the Digital Journal for an interview and revealed that he will be releasing the new video…
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While I was a little
critical of the production on this song, they could not really have done
better with the video. Apart from the slow, smooth movement and pastel colors
complimenting the feel of the ballad exceptionally well, there is a marketing
strategy involved that I’m sure will really boost the sales of this record and
put Kellie’s music back on the country music radar.
Her popularity on Dancing With The Stars makes featuring her
dancing with her partner Derek Hough a no-brainer, as it draws in views and
listens from those who do not know her music but simply enjoyed her dancing on
the show (and I can imagine this is quite a high number of people). It
capitalizes on the post-winning buzz and also makes her identifiable for
channel-hoppers, for example. Then there’s the simple fact that she’s just damn
good at it. It makes for fantastic viewing, and will stand out among country
music videos that mostly depict people getting drunk in trucks and partying. A
music video that actually shows talent and will be awe-inspiring for viewers is
one of the best adverts Kellie could have for this song.
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Yesterday, Kellie Pickler previewed a bit of her sultry new video for Someone Somewhere Tonight (iTunes / Amazon) which features her "Dancing With The Stars" dance partner Derek Hough. Today we get…
Good news for fans, Laura Bell Bundy is finally releasing a new music video. On Thursday, July 4th, LBB will be releasing the new video for her song Two…