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Kristian Bush Battles Zombies In New Video

Posted on: October 22nd, 2014 by Chris

Kristian Bush’s video for, “Trailer Hitch,” has a timely theme, zombies. 

He tells CMT, “a zombie apocalypse” is under way, and apparently “the only thing that can save us” is his guitar and “the backbeat of this song.” 

The “undead” element to the video was inspired by the same line that sparked the song — “I’ve never seen a hearse with a trailer hitch.” Kristian says he found the lyric “kinda funny” but also “kinda true. ”You can’t take it with you when you go.”

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Tyler Farr Stays Busy In “A Guy Walks Into a Bar” Video

Posted on: October 17th, 2014 by Chris

Tyler Farr is busy in the video for “A Guy Walks Into a Bar.” It shows him playing the song outside of a tunnel, then serves up drinks and breaks up a fight at a bar. And, in the end, he gets the girl.

Kenny Releases Live “Til It’s Gone” Video

Posted on: October 15th, 2014 by Chris

Kenny Chesney has released a live video for his latest single, “Til It’s Gone,” taken from his show at the Georgia Theater in Athens that was filmed for ‘CMT Instant Jam’ special.

Fewer than 1,000 people were in the audience for the show, so Kenny is glad to share the performance on a larger scale. Kenny says, “If you think about what the song says, it’s very much a one-on-one piece of communicating. It’s about hanging on to the one who matters to you.  For me, it’s talking straight to those hardcore fans who’ve been there — and saying ‘no matter where or what, I’m in this as long as you hang on.’”

Brad Paisley Releases Wet “Perfect Storm” Video

Posted on: October 7th, 2014 by Chris

Thomas Rhett Steps Out Of Character For “Make Me Wanna” Video

Posted on: October 3rd, 2014 by Chris

Thomas Rhett debuted the music video for his new single “Make Me Wanna” yesterday.

He says, “Making this video put me a little outside my comfort zone. I wanted it to have a little swagger in a loose, fun way and reflect that sort of Bee Gees feel the song has. I’ve never claimed to be a dancer, but me and my band love to goof off on stage, especially to this song. I wanted the video to reflect that and let everyone know it’s OK to shake your hips a little bit.”

Source: People

Keith Urban’s “Somewhere In My Car” Video

Posted on: September 25th, 2014 by Chris

Keith Urban released the video for “Somewhere In My Car” today. The video centers on a guy going a little crazy as he thinks about the memories of his old love.

Keith tells People, “The story is what I would call melancholy. So for me, the video had to be centered around the present and the past, but focused on the intoxicating emotion of ‘those nights.’”

Dean Alexander Shows His Beginnings In First Video

Posted on: September 23rd, 2014 by Chris

For his first video, newcomer Dean Alexander returned to the place where his career started, Layla’s Bluegrass Inn in Nashville.

“That’s where I learned how to live a little,” he tells Taste of Country of his song “Live A Little”. In 2006, after pulling into town with $100 to his name, Dean says he got his first break when he was invited on stage, and Layla was watching. He remembers singing “Runaway” and “Fast as You” by his hero, Dwight Yoakam.

“Right when I got off, Layla gave me my first Tuesday night spot and that led to Friday nights and Saturday nights,” he recalls. That’s why he wanted it to be at the center of his first video. “I literally learned how be an entertainer off of that stage.”

Source: Taste Of Country

Dirks Bentley Releases “Say You Do” Video

Posted on: September 22nd, 2014 by Chris

After having fun and flyin’ high with “Drunk On A Plane”, Dierks Bentley is settling back into more serious music with “Say You Do”.

While the two start the same, with a shot of a plane, the similarities end there. With visuals of a black motorcycle, the empty cabin, feeling the piano, chopping wood and sitting alone on the bed longing for someone, hoping to hear, “say you do.”

“I think it’s pretty evident there is a hardcore yearning going on in this song, and personally, it’s something I’ve experienced in the worst of ways in past relationships,” he says of the song. “This song is about wanting something so badly even if its not good for you, just wanting that love back, which is something I think everyone can relate to at some point in their life.”

Source: Taste Of Country

Brett Eldredge Steams Things Up In “Mean To Me” Video

Posted on: September 15th, 2014 by Chris

Brett Eldredge has released the Video to “Mean To Me.” It’s a steamy video, literally, as it starts with Brett getting out of the shower. As for the rest of it, “It really puts a girl on a pedestal that she deserves,” Brett tells People.

“Any girl that can deal with the craziness that men are deserves the world.”

Big & Rich Release “Look At You” Video

Posted on: September 15th, 2014 by Chris

Credit: Big & Rich Records

Big & Rich kicked off the official run to the release of their new album ‘Gravity’ by releasing the video for their new song, “Look At You.”

Filmed in Las Vegas on Caesar’s properties and inside the Brooklyn Bowl. The video is part one of the groundbreaking four-part music video and short film, “The Gravity Quadrilogy,” showcasing Big & Rich’s new music.

‘Gravity’ will be out Tuesday, September 23.

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