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Check out Georgia’s Brantley Gilbert performing Dirt Road Anthem on CMT Listen Up – Live. Aldean’s version is great, but this one is pretty hard to beat. For those that may not know, Brantley and Colt Ford wrote Dirt Road Anthem. In addition to this song, Brantley also performed Kick It In The Sticks, Country Music Be Country Wide, My Kinda Crazy and My Kinda Party. Enjoy all of the performances below!
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Earlier today on Twitter, I posted the following comment:
The response was great from others who experience the same thing. And, one of our followers mentioned how that’s exactly what Eric Church’s song Springsteen from his new album Chief is all about. For those of you who haven’t heard the song yet, here’s Eric performing Springsteen live a few nights ago at the Bowery Ballroom in NYC on July 26, 2011. Enjoy!
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How about a little live Jake Owen to get your hump day started. Enjoy!
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Country duo Jesse and Noah Bellamy have just released their new video for “Buried In Blue Jeans,” the latest single off their album Landfall.
After pushing the mainstream country envelope with their previous video release, “Dirty With A Southern Drawl,” that was deemed a bit too risqué for country music television, “Buried In Blue Jeans” takes the viewer into the Bellamy world with a song that honors their family legacy and their grandfather, Homer Bellamy.
Directed by Jon Spicola, a longtime friend of Jesse and Noah’s, the video incorporates scenes from the family ranch and Florida’s historic Townsend House Cemetery. The cemetery dates back to 1854 where several generations of Jesse and Noah Bellamy’s family are interred.
The brothers acknowledge that some may believe that it’s somewhat disrespectful or morbid to sing on your grandparents’ graves, but they said it was a way to honor two of the biggest fans of country music they’ve ever known.
“Our grandparents are the reason we do what we do,” said Noah Bellamy. I think a lot of people think we do country music because of our Dad, but we were pretty much raised by our grandparents while he was on the road. That’s where we first heard stuff like Merle Haggard, Jimmie Rodgers, Marty Robbins and Jim Reeves.
Jesse Bellamy, who is the sole writer on the song, came up with the title the first time his girlfriend looked in his closet and discovered that he didn’t own a pair of dress pants.
“I had wanted to write a song for my Grandpa for a longtime,” said Jesse. “One day it occurred to me to put the two ideas together. From there the song sort of wrote itself.” — Dan Harr from Music News Nashville (June 24, 2011)
Video and Copy Credit: JesseandNoah YouTube Channel