“I hope that by shining a light on the completely selfless volunteer work they do, it will maybe inspire other folks to do what they can in their own communities,” Bentley said.
Ell also earned the top spot on the Canadian country charts this week for the single.
As the singer rides around the city in the back of a rain-covered car and passionately sings out the desire to take things to the next step under colorful lights, Pope glows with strength as she smiles through every lyric.
“Ryan looks really good in it. Ryan looks better than I do in it,” Morris admitted.
“We wanted to bring a humble, yet colorful, view on life and showcase some of our earth’s hidden secrets and gems. The simple, yet important, things in life,” Chris Lucas said of the video treatment.
From behind-the-scenes cuddles to romantic boat trips, Morris and Hurd have the ultimate relationship as seen in Hurd’s latest music video.
Viewers watch the highs and lows of Swindell’s on-screen romance, from the worst moments at the start to the best beginnings at the end.
“‘Queens Don’t’ is an empowerment anthem,” explained RaeLynn recently.
From couples in love to families standing together, Bryan shows the strength in human connection to encourage positivity in communities everywhere.
The members of Home Free feel like kids again by earning all the tickets they can during a visit to the arcade.
Stone actually found inspiration for the song on Pinterest!
“I feel like ‘I Lived It’ is one of the greatest songs I’ve ever had the chance to record,” said Shelton.
Dan + Shay follow a love story in chilly Colorado where people from two different worlds fall for one another one lesson at a time.
From sports icons to historical figures to everyday heroes, Carrie Underwood and Ludacris show their love for “The Champion” in a moving new music video.
“I imagined the girl being a ghost in the sense that she comes and goes, and leaves you wondering when she will reappear into your life and take you over,” Schneider said of the treatment.
Chris Young is sending the second single, “Hangin’ On,” from his No.1 album ‘Losing Sleep’ to country radio.
“Country music is a wide genre, and that’s OK,” Monroe said. “I don’t even know what genre this record is, but I know it’s me.”
The fight for love is never easy, even for Natalie Stovall in the choice between “Wine or Whiskey.”
Campbell found inspiration for the song’s lyrics and video treatment from past relationships in his own life.
Everything, including Rice’s tears, are 100 percent real as the singer confirmed about the treatment.