Chelsea Gill recently released the music video for her new single “What Kinda Trouble." Gill teamed up with director J. Lockhart for the third time to bring this tender tune to life. In the video, co-produced by The 10:10 Creative, we find ourselves on the turbulent roller coaster ride that is love, and getting an inside look at the ups and downs of a relationship.
“I felt like this song wrote itself,” says Gill. “Sitting there in the kitchen with my guitar, it just poured out of me with such ease that I knew it was special immediately. I think this song connects because we all go through life gathering moments of heartbreak that stay with us when love goes wrong. I wanted this video to be a collection of snapshots showing how love can make us happy, blind, angry, confused, or a million other emotions. Sometimes when we’ve finally let something go, it comes back around and tries to pull us in again. Love is a journey, and I wanted people to know that it’s okay if it gets a little messy along the way."
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It's been 32 years since Lee Greenwood hit the top of the country charts with his smash single, "Dixie Road," and the hit maker is continuing to turn heads with a new, recreated bluegrass version of the song. The singer/songwriter recently teamed up with Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road for a remake of the classic song, with a more prominent banjo and bluegrass vibe.
The new version of the song has already seen success internationally, when it was released as a single. The track finished in Hotdisc Countdown's 30 Most Popular Songs of 2015, securing the No. 18 spot. The countdown highlights the top country songs across Europe, and is recognized and published in Country Music People, Country Music & Dance, and Southern Country magazines. The dynamic pairing looks to capitalize on that momentum with the latest official video for the song. Enjoy it below.
"This old RV is the biggest piece of work that's ever come into my possesion," Courtney says, "but also the most fun when we can get it to run. "Put the Fire Out" is a tune about getting back to ones you know and love after spending so much of your time on the road. By the end of the video I get there, but it takes a long drive."
John Adams is a singer-songwriter hailing from Aberdare in the South Wales Valleys. His acoustic approach compliments a unique and impressive vocal ability and his songwriting shares innermost thoughts, and purposeful observations. In 2011, John appeared on the X Factor singing 'Cannonball' by Damien Rice. After, he funded his debut album by busking across the country. The Pavement Is My Stage was released in 2013 and reached No.7 in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts. Last year, he released 'Dandelion Wishes' the first single taken from his forthcoming EP due out in June/July 2017. And now, Adams is excited to unveil the powerful music video for his new single 'Things That Make You Beautiful’, a track with influences ranging across Sam Smith, Charlie Puth, James Blunt and David Gray. Adams touches our hearts by sharing his own definition of beauty. He explains "When I was writing this song I was planning my wedding, my wife to-be was starting to come to terms with the fact she was 30 this year and was worried that her looks 'may fade'. When i started to think about the 'Things That Make You Beautiful' there wasn't any mention of any visual appearance, and it was all characteristics that were ‘inside' and ones that wouldn't change over time. I tried to mirror this concept in the music video and try to question our first impressions that are always based on appearance." Grab a box of tissues and enjoy the song and video below.
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