Tyler Farr seems to have set out to prove women look better in boots for the video to “Better in Boots.” Former Miss Kansas Theresa Vail acts as the female lead in the video.
Scotty McCreery brought together Nashville’s Belmont University cheerleaders and the Vanderbilt University band to help him drive home the message that there’s just something about a Southern girl that can’t be beat in the video for his new song “Southern Belle.”
Scotty will headline Cat Country 98.7′s Miracle On Palafox” coming up November 22 at the Saenger Theatre. Get your tickets for $9.87 here.
Can anyone keep up with Eric Church? He’s revealed lots of surprises this week, one of which is a brand-new music video for his new song “Mr. Misunderstood.”
The video features Eric, his band and a younger teen with braces and glasses. The kid feels like a misfit, and it’s wearing him down. But, as the video progresses, Eric and his guys take the boy under their wings, teaching him about cars and guitars and showing him that he has value.
As the young man goes through the aches and pains of growing up, the song progresses, “Hey there, weird kid in your high-top shoes / Sitting in the back of the class; I was just like you / Always left out, never fit in / Owning that path you’re walking in.” Later in the song admitting, “I understand.”
Toward the end of the video, the boy replaces Eric in his position as lead singer, and the smile on his face will make you cheer.
As for the album, ‘Mr. Misunderstood’, Eric mailed it out of select members of his Church Choir fan club Tuesday. It’s available for download on iTunes today and will be available wherever you buy music tomorrow (November 6).
Source: The Boot
With a Facebook post yesterday, Chris Cagle has called it a career.
The 46-year-old released his debut album, ‘Play It Loud,’ in 2000, and “I Breathe In, I Breathe Out” became his biggest hit in 2002, when it reached the top of the charts. Other hits include “What a Beautiful Day”, “Chicks Dig It”, “Got My Country On” and “Let There Be Cowgirls.”
Chris’ last record deal was in 2010 when he signed with Bigger Picture Music Group but, has been without a home since they shut their doors in 2013.
Ashley Campbell has released a music video for her debut song, “Remembering.” In it, the daughter of Glen Campbell is singing while home movies of her family before her father’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis play.
In it she sings, “Bone for bone, we are the same / Bones get tired, and they can’t carry all the weight / We can talk until you can’t even remember my name / Daddy, don’t you worry / I’ll do the remembering / Daddy, don’t you worry / I’ll do the remembering…” She says the song was her way of connecting with her family when they were living far apart.
“My parents were still living in Malibu, and I felt really bad that I was a couple states away from my dad and from my mom, going through this and taking care of him,” she explains. “I just needed to write something to feel closer to them.”
November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month.
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Jason Aldean goes back to high school in the video for “Gonna Know We Were Here.”
Filmed at his alma mater, Windsor Academy in Macon, GA, it starts with him walking down memory lane through the halls, looking at the trophies he won while there. Also, fueling the video is the excitement of it being filmed during this year’s homecoming night during a football game.
“That same excitement is what we feel out there on the road every night…It was pretty cool that we could bring that vibe to the music video too by shooting it back to Macon with a ton of people from my hometown. Getting back there and on that high school football field really reminded me of that rush of just living life without any regrets.”
Source: Taste Of Country
Cam’s video for “Burning House” features an actual burning house. She’s explained the meaning behind the metaphor, referencing a real-life relationship that didn’t end well.
“I had a fella that I dated on-again, off-again in college, and towards the end of the relationship, I wanted to get out and I didn’t do it very nice,” she told to ET. “I was gonna see him about a year or two later at a mutual friend’s party, and I thought, ‘’his is my chance to apologize.’”
“I thought so much about how I was gonna put that apology before that party, that night before I went to bed with all that on my mind, I dreamt about this house. It was on fire and all the rescue crews were out and they couldn’t put out the fire. They were saying, ‘He’s in there, but you can’t go in there. The house is about to come down.’ And, like the hero I am, I ran inside and he was in there.”
“Instead of leaving and saving myself, I just laid down next to him and held him so he wouldn’t have to die alone,” she says.
She is currently on the road with Chase Rice as part of his ‘JD and Jesus Tour’, which kicked off this month.
Source: Taste Of Country
Breaking up is hard to do and Sam Hunt’s video for “Break Up In A Small Town” shows how hard it can be as he sets a house on fire to try and wither move or move on.