Video Preview: Love And Theft, Joe Nichols, Chris Young

Love And Theft, Photo: Ashley Heron

Love And Theft on the set of their new video. Photo: Ashley Heron

Love And Theft’s Brian Bandas, Eric Gunderson and Stephen Barker Liles gathered on 5th Avenue in Nashville to shoot the music video for their latest single, “Dancing in Circles.” Directing was Kristin Barlowe, who also directed their video for hit single, “Runaway.” While filming, a group of unexpected protesters rallied in the streets and the crew scrambled to capture them as part of the shoot. The video for “Dancing in Circles” debuts Dec. 14.

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Chris Young's new video.

Chris Young's latest video.

Chris Young has released his new single and video for “The Man I Want to Be.” The title track to his album was written by noted songwriters Brett James and Tim Nichols, and is a tale of hope and redemption. Young’s got a busy road schedule this month, hot on the heels of his recent No. 1 smash, “Gettin’ You Home.”

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Joe Nichols' new video.

Joe Nichols' new video captures his live performance.

Joe Nichols shot the music video for his new single, “Gimmie That Girl,” at Cowboys in San Antonio, TX with director Peter Zavadil. About his first live concert video, Nichols says, “There’s nothing like performing a song in front of an audience. The energy is something that’s hard to describe.”

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Bridgette Tatum on the set of of "I Like My Cowboys Dirty."

Bridgette Tatum on the set of of "I Like My Cowboys Dirty."

Hit songwriter Bridgette Tatum headed to Dale Earnhardt Jr’s Whisky River bar in Charlotte, NC to make her video for “(I Like My) Cowboys Dirty.” It was directed by Dale Resteghini of Raging Nation Films and premiered on the National Finals Rodeo website Dec. 3 in conjunction with her performance at the Las Vegas event. The “director’s cut” version gives a behind-the-scenes look at making the video. Her album Sex, Church & Chicken will be released by Root 49 Records in 2010.

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“Wild Hog,” the new video from country singer Pat Garrett is now available online. He shot the video in Pennsylvania, featuring over 200 local motorcycle riders. Garrett was inspired to write the song by the hit movie, “Wild Hogs,” that starred John Travolta, Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy.

 Left to right, Steve Pugliese, Jeff Hill, Rich Bredbenner, Pat Garrett, Joe  Dell, and Bob Stevenson have a laugh at the sign outside The Bridge Inn in Pleasantville where dozens of  motorcycles were parked, with permission by owners, during the taping of Garrett's new video "Wild Hog".
(L-R): Steve Pugliese, Jeff Hill, Rich Bredbenner, Pat Garrett, Joe Dell, and Bob Stevenson during the taping of Garrett’s new video “Wild Hog.”

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