Darius Rucker filmed the clip for his latest single, “Wagon Wheel,” in Nashville earlier this week. The video, directed by Jim Wright, features several guest stars, including Jase, Korie, Sadie, Si and Willie Robertson from A&E’s Duck Dynasty, along with Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum.
“My wife came up with the idea to have the Duck Dynasty (DD) guys in the “Wagon Wheel” music video, and I thought we had no chance because they’re so busy so I never even said it out loud,” explains Rucker. “Thank God she called my manager because the DD folks took this video to a whole new level! Big thanks to them and Charles… It was a good time for sure, and I can’t wait to see how the video turns out!”
“Wagon Wheel” was written by Ketch Secur of Old Crow Medicine Show and is based on a sketch by Bob Dylan. The single is from Rucker’s upcoming third solo country album, True Believers, which will be released this Spring.
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Brad Paisley’s first interactive book, Building A Wheelhouse, will release on April 9, simultaneously with Paisley’s album Wheelhouse. The Building A Wheelhouse interactive book, an iTunes exclusive, and the regular and deluxe versions of the Wheelhouse album are available for pre-order on the iTunes Store (www.iTunes.com/BradPaisley).
Building A Wheelhouse is an exploration of the recording process involved in Paisley’s 8th studio album, Wheelhouse. Designed with Apple’s digital book creation app, iBooks Author, Building A Wheelhouse offers an in-depth Multi-Touch look at the album, from both songwriting and production perspectives, with insights from Paisley and the collaborative team behind the making of this album. Developed by Slender Fungus, based in Los Angeles, this Multi-Touch book’s unique features include exclusive interviews, video and photo galleries.
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Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson will both appear on Paul Anka‘s upcoming album, Duets, scheduled for an April 9 release through Legacy. Nelson will join Anka on “Crazy,” while Parton will collaborate on “Do I Love You (Yes, in Every Way).”
Anka penned “Do I Love You…” and Donna Fargo took the song to No. 2 on Billboard‘s Hot Country Songs chart in 1978.
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Sarah Darling performed her single, “Home To Me,” on Monday’s episode of Late Night with Conan O’Brien.
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