Rarely has a band looked like they were having so much fun since The Partridge Family on Nick at Nite. Tall Tales and the Silver Lining take their message of “Something to Believe In” from classrooms and clubs in the video of the tune from their Tightropes album.
Nashville-based singer/songwriter Andrew Combs choses a black and white background as he slowly has bits and pieces of his life fall away in the video for “Nothing to Lose”. Strings ebb and flow to buoy the guitar and piano riffs that sadly drift through the tune.
Gill Landry debuts his self-titled third album and offers a video to show the inner workings of a mind in motion. A lit candle and an Underwood typewriter open the scene as black and white. Gill Landry paints warm colors with words and music to give life to “Just Like You”.
We live with life as much as we live with death. Cliff Wagner and the Old No. 7 are doing fine. A memory jagged their collective minds and the missing piece in their heart grew big. In the video for “I Miss You”, the band turns pages on photo memories to get through the emptiness when they ‘miss you today’.
Anderson East has been busy. He wrapped a 2-month tour with Sturgill Simpson and has recorded “Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em and Forget ‘Em” (George Jackson / Rick Hall) at Muscle Shoals’ Fame Studios. Anderson East releases “Delilah” this May, his debut on Low Country Sound (through Elektra Records), the new imprint of Dave Cobb (Prod. Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell).