This month's edition of the Music Video Round-Up features quite a few offerings from new and independent artists as well as major-label hitmakers.
Luke Bryan, "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)"
I was pretty sure I knew what I was getting before I had even seen this video, but at least they didn't play up the backwoods country corn as much as I was expecting.
Burns and Poe, "Second Chance"
Amber Hayes, "Wait"
Amber Hayes' first music video acts out the story told in her current single "Wait," featuring a simple chance meeting in a coffee shop - a meeting that could turn into something more.
Amos Lee, "Flower"
The animation in the video is very artistic, though it throws me off a bit that we never see any actual footage of Amos Lee himself.
Hunter Hayes,"Storm Warning"
Blake Shelton, "Honey Bee"
Frankie Ballard, "A Buncha Girls"
Like you didn't already know what this video was going to have in it. Hint: See song title.
Brad Paisley, "Old Alabama"
It wouldn't be a Brad Paisley video without celebrity cameos now, would it? Besides the expected Alabama appearance, we also get to see some classic Alabama video footage from back in the day, along with some Jeff Gordon thrown into the mix.
Teea Goans, "Letter from God"
The sand painting is a very interesting touch.
The 1-to-10 Archive
- Alan Jackson, "Long Way to Go"
- Phil Vassar, "Let's Get Together"
- Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood, "Remind Me"
- Edens Edge, "Amen"
- Album Review: Gary Nicholson - Texas Songbook
- Zac Brown Band featuring Jimmy Buffett, "Knee Deep"
- LeAnn Rimes, "Give"
- Talking with Jeremy Abshire of The Grascals
- Album Review: Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent - Your...
- Shania Twain, "Today Is Your Day"
- Darius Rucker, "I Got Nothin'"
- Danielle Car, "Pretty Please"
- Music Video Round-Up - June 2011
- Dolly Parton, "Together You and I"
- Album Review: Brad Paisley - This Is Country Music
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