Mike Sudhalter | July 9, 2008
I can't wait to see the video for Lee Brice's new song, "Upper Middle Class White Trash." If done correctly, the video to the tongue-in-cheek song should be hilarious. The song is kind of a modern day, Beverly Hillbillies tale of a guy who wins the lottery than starts living it up without changing his style.
Speaking of other videos, you've got to love the new Alan Jackson, "Good Time," where he's trying to set the world record for longest line dance, Brad Paisley's "Letter To Me," where he goes back to his old high school in West Virginia.
The thing that stood out to me about the Reba McEntire/Kenny Chesney duet, "Every Other Weekend," was that the actors were played by Reba's co-stars on her since-cancelled sitcom, "Reba".