Carroll Makes Video, Darling Chats, Ingram Tries For World Record


Carroll searches for a runaway in his new video "Hurry Home."

Jason Michael Carroll’s latest video, “Hurry Home,” tells the story of a father anxiously awaiting word from his runaway daughter. Carroll portrays a friend helping search for the missing girl.

The story hits close to home because when he was a child, Carroll’s aunt was missing for more than 15 years after running away. “I felt that if we were going to make a video for ‘Hurry Home,’ it was important to try to do something to help, even in a small way,” he says, “and that’s why we chose to include information at the end of the video about the National Runaway Switchboard.”

The video for “Hurry Home” is online now at
—————————– will be streaming live as country star Jack Ingram attempts to break the world record for most radio interviews in a 24-hour period beginning Tuesday, August 25 at 8:00 a.m., ET.  A first for, the website will have video and audio of this event live from New York City as Ingram conducts 215 total back-to-back radio interviews during this time. CMT Radio Live host Cody Alan will conduct the final interview with the singer as the event concludes on Wednesday morning. The live stream will be available beginning Tuesday by going to

This event is to promote Ingram’s new album Big Dreams and High Hopes, out tomorrow (8/25).

sarahdTomorrow (8/25) Black River artist Sarah Darling will conduct a live, on-line chat for fans. The chat will take place at 7:00 PM (Central) on Darling’s StickAm page. Fans can connect via Questions are now being accepted at [email protected]


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