Joanna Smith Shoots Video; Blue Sky Riders At Franklin Theatre

(L-R): Director Ry Cox and Joanna Smith

RCA Records artist Joanna Smith spent a rainy Friday in scenic downtown Franklin, Tenn. recently shooting a music video for her debut RCA single “We Can’t Be Friends,” from her Be What It Wants To Be EP. The clip follows Smith as she runs into her old flame and deals with the heartache of knowing it’s time to move on. Directed by Ry Cox and produced by April Dace for Revolution Pictures, the video will hit airwaves next month.

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Blue Sky Riders

Blue Sky Riders (Kenny Loggins, Georgia Middleman and Gary Burr) will perform a two-night stand near Nashville at the Franklin Theatre on Nov. 16 and 17. The shows will benefit NSAI. Tickets here.

For local fans who can’t wait until next month, BSR will livestream a performance from Santa Barbara, CA on Thurs., Oct. 18 at 5 PM PST. The concert can be viewed on Stageit.com or via the Blue Sky Riders Facebook page. The trio will perform songs from its upcoming album, Finally Home, which is scheduled for release Jan. 22, 2013.

Select singles from the album are available on iTunes along with the Live At The Rutledge EP. Blue Sky Riders recently completed a 14-city national tour, including a five night residency in New York.

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