On Location: Jason Jones, Eric Lee Beddingfield Shoot Debut Videos

Jason Jones surrounded by the video cast.

Warner Bros. newcomer Jason Jones, and indie artist Eric Lee Beddingfield recently shot their first music videos.

Jones traveled to Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park near Chattanooga, Tenn. to shoot the video for his single “Ferris Wheel.” Directed by Kristin Barlowe, the video captures the fun of spending the afternoon at the county fair. “Ferris Wheel” recently debuted on the country singles charts and is quickly climbing. The song is available now on Jones’ self-titled digital Six Pak and will be on his upcoming full-length debut produced by Brett Beavers (Dierks Bentley).

“Making this music video was one of the most fun experiences I have had so far,” shares Jones. “I’m not gonna lie, my favorite part was having the entire amusement park to ourselves. We even got to go on the rides without waiting in any lines!”

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Beddingfield and Jones

Eric Lee Beddingfield scored a cameo from George Jones for his first music video for “The Gospel According to Jones.” Jones also lends his vocals to the single track.

“It was a dream come true of mine for George to sing on the song, but to have him appear in the video is beyond anything I could have imagined,” said Beddingfield. “All artists want the respect of their peers, and to have a legendary artist like George Jones give his personal endorsement is like the Holy Grail to a country artist.”

The clip was produced and directed by Ryan Lassan and Daniel Slezinger for Autumn Addict Productions. Locations included the popular 12th & Porter venue in Nashville, Kings Chapel in Arrington, Tenn., and Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Springfield, Tenn.

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