Whitney Duncan goes Skinny Dippin'
Thursday, July 2, 2009
– Whitney Duncan put out a video for her new single, Skinny Dippin'.
The video was shot at Xanadu Ranch in Arrington, Tenn.
The video takes place against the backdrop of a summer day and the elements of a playful interaction between to people in love. The video can be seen at http://wbr.edgeboss.net/qtime/wbr/nashville/whitneyduncan/062409/whitneyduncan_skinny-dippin_v2_450.mov.
Roman White directed the video and Randy Brewer produced.
Duncan, who already has an EP out, is slated to put out the CD "Right Road Now," produced by John Shanks and Mark Bright. All tracks were co-written by Duncan, a Tennessee native. She has also written singles for other artists, including Lee Ann Womack and Crystal Shawanda.
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