Ashley McBryde, Jillian Jacqueline, Bailey Bryan Release New Videos

Ashley McBryde Debuts “A Little Dive Bar In Dahlonega” Video

Newcomer Ashley McBryde, who will join Eric Church and Brothers Osborne on tour dates this fall, has released the video for her single “A Little Dive Bar In Dahlonega.” The clip was produced by director and filmmaker Reid Long.

McBryde co-wrote “A Little Dive Bar In Dahlonega” with Nicolette Hayford and Jesse Rice. “We had all had a really bad day. Not ‘one of the worst days of my life,’ but I had one of those days where nothing was going right,” McBryde said via a release. “I got a crack in my windshield on my way to work, I got sick, and had broken a guitar string all within an hour and a half. On top of that my co-writer, Jesse, was late, but bless his heart, when he walked in we could tell he had had a night and a morning that was just as rough as ours. That’s how we got on the subject of having the worst day ever, and that’s when Jesse started talking about his car breaking down in Dahlonega, GA.”

McBryde recently made her Grand Ole Opry debut, performing “Girl Goin’ Nowhere,” which she released last month due to demand. She has previously opened shows for Church, Chris Stapleton, and Willie Nelson.

 

Jillian Jacqueline Debuts”God Bless This Mess”

Big Loud Records newcomer Jillian Jacqueline has released a lyric video for her soul-baring new single, “God Bless This Mess.” The tune was co-written by Jacqueline with producer Tofer Brown and Lori McKenna, on the same piano Jacqueline took lessons on as a child. 

“‘God Bless This Mess’ is a really special song to me, and in terms of my perspective as an artist and my record, it played a huge role in me realizing that sometimes the song trumps ego,” shares Jacqueline. “It touches on that universal truth of ‘this too shall pass’ that I’ve never found a way to say quite so profoundly as I feel we have in this song.”

 

Bailey Bryan Teams With Entertainment Tonight For New Video

Photo Credit: Blythe Thomas

Bailey Bryan debuted the new video for “Scars” with Entertainment Tonight followed by the release of an exclusive interview today launching their new YouTube series Certified Country. The new autobiographical tune is one of five tracks on her debut EP SO FAR.

“I was diagnosed with scoliosis when I was 12, and then when I was 16, I had a corrective surgery,” Bailey told Entertainment Tonight. “I have a huge scar on my back, from my neck to mid back, but to me a scar represents more than just something physical. It’s something that’s impacted us, and I think that can be a positive thing.”

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