Kinder releases video
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
– Ryan Kinder released a video for his soulful single "Still Believe In Crazy Love" on Tuesday via Billboard.
Directed by Justin Key, the many versions of "Crazy Love" are showcased by the poignant visuals and intermittent audio breaks allowing each individual to share their story.
The vignettes throughout the video feature Kinder himself along with family and friends, including a special guest in CMT's Cody Alan. Steve Dorff, father of the late "Crazy Love" co-writer Andrew Dorff, spoke in a touching moment about what the song meant to his son and now what it means to him. Kinder will release interviews capturing the full stories of those who appeared in the video in the coming weeks.
The Birmingham, Ala. native is set to release more music from his upcoming debut album on Warner Bros. / Warner Music Nashville, although the label did not say when.
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