Nichols goes live for video
Monday, November 23, 2009
– Joe Nichols shot the music video for his brand new single, Gimmie That Girl,
at Cowboys in San Antonio, Texas. Performing at the Texas honky tonk, Nichols shot his first live concert video, a single that cracked the Top 40 after 3 weeks of release. The video can be viewed at both gactv.com and cmt.com.
"There's nothing like performing a song in front of an audience," Nichols said. "The energy is something that's hard to describe. I've wanted to do a live concert music video for a while now, and when we were discussing treatments for this new single, I knew the time was right. If you've never been to one of my concerts, this music video gives you a good idea of what it's like."
Peter Zavadil directed yhe video. The song is the second single from Nichols' late October CD "Old Things New."
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