Video News: Currington, Holy, Whiskey Myers

The video for Billy Currington’s current single “Love Done Gone” (No. 17 on the CountryBreakout Chart) debuted on his website today. The clip was shot last month in New Orleans, Louisiana, and directed by Potsy, who worked on Currington’s previous four videos. “I knew when I first heard the song that I wanted to do this video in New Orleans – it’s such a fun and colorful city,” says Billy. “We had a blast filming there and all the people in the video are true locals from the city.  It turned out to be such a fun video that I really think the fans are going to like.”

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Steve Holy’s video for “Love Don’t Run” also made its world premiere today, and can be seen on CMT.com. Eric Welch directed the video, which was shot in Nashville at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens in period costume. The song, written by Joe Leathers, Rachael Thibodeau, and Ben Glover, is the first single off Holy’s upcoming third studio album.

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Texas based five piece Whiskey Myers recently shot its debut video for “Ballad of a Southern Man” in Greenbrier, TN. The group endured triple-digit temperatures inside an abandoned house with no electricity for the 12 hour-long shoot. TackleBox Films’ Mason Dixon directed the video. “Ballad of a Southern Man” will also be impacting country radio soon.

Whiskey Myers and crew on the set of the “Ballad of a Southern Man” shoot. (L-R): Whiskey Myers’ Gary Brown, Jeff Hogg, director Mason Dixon, Cody Cannon, actor Marty Penney, Cody Tate, John Jeffers. Photo: GypsySun Vintag

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