Megan Mullins video debuts
Monday, June 1, 2009
– Megan Mullins' new video for Long Past Gone
is slated to debut today on CMT and Great American Country television.
When Stoney Creek Records' talented singer/songwriter Megan Mullins was approached by a newly formed L.A/Nashville based company to film her new music video, she liked the idea of filming at an ocean. Filming along the Pacific Coast of California for her label debut single, the staging used four California Highway Patrol cars and multiple police officers to stop traffic on the Pacific Coast Highway and the camera car and process trailer for the moving shots. Filmed above the beach at El Matador State Park in Malibu, Cal., Mullins is shown driving and singing on the cliffs, capturing the lyrical strength of her empowering new single.
The video was directed by Curt Apanovich, produced by William Shockley, David Bennett and executive produced by John Small of Picture Visions.
Long Past Gone was co-written by Mullins and Marla Cannon Goodman and produced by Buddy Cannon. The new video will be added to CMT Pure on June 2. A special online premiere can be viewed in CMT.com. Mullins debut album on Stoney Creek Records is due out nationwide this fall.
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