Music Video Debuts From Nichols, Adkins, Bowers & Covington

The video for Trace Adkins’ “All I Ask For Anymore” made its premiere on CMT and GAC earlier this week. The video was directed by the award-winning team of Robert Deaton and George Flanigen of Deaton Flanigen Productions, and was shot on location at the Tennessee Air National Guard in Nashville. The video features soldiers and their families as well as cameo’s by Adkins’ family.

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Filming the music video for Ash Bower's "Stuck."

The video for Stoney Creek Records’ Ash Bowers’ debut single, “Stuck,” debuted recently on CMT. Directed by Curt Apanovich, produced by William Shockley, David Bennett and executive produced by John Small of Picture Visions, the video was shot in two days from three different locations in Southern California. Part of the video was shot on a helipad atop a 28-story building in downtown L.A. Bower’s debut album is scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2010.

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AOL’s TheBoot.com is premiering the Joe Nichols’ video for “An Old Friend of Mine” today (9/30) The video was directed by Rob Dennis and Mason Dixon and was filmed with one camera in one take. Nichols’ sixth studio recording for Universal Records South, Old Things New, will be released Oct. 27.

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The music video for Bucky Covington’s “Gotta Be Somebody,” was shot during a hometown concert in Rockingham, North Carolina and is expected to hit online and TV within the next month. The single is from his upcoming sophomore album, I’m Alright, releasing spring 2010.

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