I ntroducing the Brand New “Cold One” Music Video
It’s here – Check out the brand new “Cold One” music video from Eric Church!
“Cold One” features the CMA and ACM Award winner in addition to his band members Jeff Cease, Lee Hendricks, Jeff Hyde, Motorist Williams, and Craig Wright in both performance and acting roles. Directed was shot a beer warehouse and tavern outside Nashville. “Cold One” was written by Church, Hyde, and Lynn Hutton and is featured on Church’s current record The Outsiders.
It is about the experience as a whole – from dinner before the show to the after party. In regards to going to some concert, one of the best parts, notably for the fashion-forward females, is selecting an outfit for the show.
One of our favourite fashion/beauty/lifestyle bloggers, Womanista, aka Cassie Kelley/aka Mrs. CharlesKelley, lately caught up with a few ladies who know more than a thing or two about getting dressed up for a concert – some of the wives of country music’s biggest stars, includingDierks Bentley’s wife, Cassidy (pictured above), Brian Kelley’s wife, Brittney, David Nail’s wife, Katherine, and Luke Bryan’s wife, Caroline.
The mythical wives of Dave Haywood and Lady A’s Charles Kelley, Kelli Haywood and Cassie Kelley, appear to agree with Brittney’s mantra. It’s all about being casual and comfy.
For Brittney, who wed the Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line last year, it is about comfort. “I pair a headband with most of my outfits and tons of different bracelets to keep my appearance diverse.”
“My concert style is mainly comfortable and relaxed with a pop of superb color – especially in springtime and summer,” shares Kelli. Cassie includes, “My concert style is casual & cool with a little bit of glam! Sparkle is my fave color, after all.”
One of country music’s newest faces, Joel Crouse is excited to announce the launch of his debut studio album, Even The River Runs, yesterday (8/19). Even The River Runs is available for purchase on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon and highlights craft and Crouse’s indisputable gift for storytelling.
The River Runs is the narrative of Crouse’s private journey – his pleasure, his struggles, his romances (for better or for worse).
“My songs will always be about honest experience,” said Crouse, who co-wrote each one among the ten tracks on the album. “I always wish to be the one telling my story.”
Crouse collaborated with some sought after tunesmiths to bring his story to life, including Craig Wiseman, James Dean Hicks, Luke Laird, and many others.
The new project spans the gamut of Crouse’s musical lexicon, from thumping, honky-tonk barn burners like “do not Tell Me,” to the Top 35 breakout bluesy-twang romper, “If You Want Some” or Crouse’s personal favorite, “Ruby Puts Her Red Dress On.”
Buff-favored “Why God Got Love Songs,” is the perfect grooving, clapping ode to summer love, and on instants like the title track, “Even The River Runs,” all of his sides – classic rock, modern country and dusty blues – come together in one perfect, rollicking ride that sets his guitar chops on complete display.