Tex-Mex percussion and south of the border melodies are the soundtrack for Austin, Texas-based musician Lazarus to spin his story on “Promise Not to Tell”. The tale is told as a novella in the video of the track from his recently released album, Rock ‘n’ Roll Heart.


From his recent album release, Kids in the Street, Justin Townes Earle uses his tune “Maybe a Moment” to look back at beginnings as the two young women in the video fall in love during teen years, working on their romance while countering the ignorance and hatred their pairing creates in the outside world.

Lydia Loveless can pen a lyric that crawls up your spine and gets you twitching with its truth. For the video of “Same to You”, she moves closer to the edge, chronicling a crumbling romance as the video depicts creepy crawlers moving into the love nest and snippets of memories haunt the tale.

Memphis Soul soundtracks Pokey LaFarge as he spins through city streets attempting to sort out where it all went wrong for love in “Must Be a Reason”. The song is from his recently released album, Manic Revelations.

Constructing four walls with words and music, Sonny Burgess and Todd Barrow offer “The House That Love Built”. The song tributes the Ronald McDonald house of Fort Worth, Texas, the video showing how families can gather to re-create the lives they put aside to address health issues in children.