Friday, February 4, 2011

Music Video Round-Up - February 2011

Quite a diverse group of videos in this month's Music Video Round-Up.  This edition includes contributions from new artists, established hitmakers, an indie artist, a veteran group, and even some bluegrass from Dierks Bentley.

Randy Montana, "1,000 Faces"

Surprisingly (or not), this video has a lot of faces in it.

Danielle Car, "Walk of Shame"

A fun and energetic performance by a talented indie country artist from Detroit.

Ashton Shepherd, "Look It Up"

Why, Miss Ashton!  Somebody should wash your mouth out.  But still a cute and funny video nonetheless.  In the "Look It Up" video, Ashton claims sweet revenge on her philandering man by selling off his belongings at a yard sale.

The Harters, "If I Run"


Taylor Swift, "Back to December"

I think the snow falling indoors is actually pretty cool.  It's definitely in character with the song.

Joe Nichols, "The Shape I'm In"

Joe Nichols's video for "The Shape I'm In" puts a new and different spin on the song by applying the sentiments to a soldier recovering from injuries.

Steel Magnolia, "Last Night Again"

Steel Magnolia's video for "Last Night Again" fits the song perfectly, and also places it in an interesting setting - a bowling alley.

Alabama, "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way"

Emerson Drive, "When I See You Again"

A tribute to former member Patrick Bourque, who died one month after resigning from the band.  You can tell there's a lot of emotion packed into this video.
Dierks Bentley, "Fiddlin' Around"

I'll start appraising the video once I get over how cool the record itself sounds.