Archive for the ‘Music Video’ Category

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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Cole Swindell Releases Video For “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight”.

Posted on: September 12th, 2014 by Chris

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Frankie Ballard Releases “Sunshine And Whiskey”

Posted on: September 10th, 2014 by Chris

Frankie Ballard has unveiled the video for Sunshine & Whiskey. It was filmed in a small Pueblo village outside of Los Angeles. The video features a classic sports car, a beautiful lady, and whiskey.

Kip Moore Releases “On The Case” For Blue Collar Workers

Posted on: September 2nd, 2014 by Chris

Over the Labor Day weekend Kip Moore teamed up with CASE Construction Equipment for the release of a video saluting construction workers.

He says, “These folks come out to my shows after working long shifts, 50-60 hour weeks, and I never forget that. They take extreme pride in the work they do. It inspires me to put on the best show I can every night, and I wanted to thank them and honor their work and commitment with something they can relate to. The lyrics for ‘On the Case’ were written to do that.”

He’s also having a contest for fans in the construction field to submit pictures of themselves and their crews working together to help build communities. All submissions will have a chance to appear in a second video for the song. You can find out more about that here.

Eric Church Hits The Cooler For “Cold One” Video

Posted on: August 11th, 2014 by Chris

Eric Church takes on the role of a beer delivery man and his band is scattered through the video as well playing either bar staff of patrons before they hit the cooler to play a song…

Brantley Gilbert Releases “Small Town Throwdown” Video

Posted on: August 5th, 2014 by Chris

Brantley Gilbert, Thomas Rhett and Justin Moore team up for the “Small Town Throwdown” video. look for a cameo from Thomas’ wife, Lauren.

Lucy Hale Releases “Lie A Little Better” Video

Posted on: July 30th, 2014 by Chris

Lucy Hale video for her new song, “Lie A Little Better”.

After her Grand Ole Opry debut back in February, she decided the historic venue was the perfect place to record the video.

Hunter Hayes Releases “Tattoo” Video

Posted on: July 29th, 2014 by Chris

Hunter Hayes’ brand new video for “Tattoo” is out. The art-inspired song brings “Tattoo” to life with animated graphics, graffiti art and of course, a beautiful brunette who plays the muse to Hunter’s performance.

Hunter told People Country, “With a song like ‘Tattoo,’ it’s a very visual thing. Lyrically, the goal is to bring you to a place where all these artistic elements of inspiration come to life around you. So, for the video, rather than just explain how a relationship can inspire you, we wanted to go beyond the expected and make a musically inspired moment jump out of a two-dimensional space.”

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Zac Brown Band Takes You Behind The Scenes In New Video

Posted on: July 25th, 2014 by Chris

The Zac Brown Band are giving you a behind-the-scenes look into the recording of their new song, “All Alright.”

It was recorded at their own Southern Ground Studios in Nashville and shows the band, with producer Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters), sitting in the studio together, playing and singing. It shows the different way they recorded it, choosing play together, at the same time instead of laying down their own individual vocals and instruments and have them mixed in the end, which is much more common.