Chris Young cranks up the volume in his new video for “Raised On Country.”
Directed by Peter Zavadil, the new clip was filmed at a Nashville-area dive bar, as well as the WSM Radio Tower, a historic tower built in 1932 that was responsible for broadcasting the Grand Ole Opry from New York to California.
“As a member of the Opry, I was honored to be allowed to film ‘Raised On Country’ in and around the WSM Radio Tower and the same airwaves where songs from my musical icons have played over the years,” said Chris. “It was a long day and I had a lot of fun filming the video, even in the scenes where we had debris flying in our faces inside the studio.”
Chris is trying to score the 12th No. 1 single of his career with “Raised on Country,” which is currently No. 29 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart after nine weeks. Co-penned by Chris with frequent collaborators Corey Crowder and Cary Barlowe, “Raised on County” name-drops some of Chris’ country music heroes, including George Strait, Merle Haggard, Joe Diffie and Willie Nelson.
Watch Chris’ new video below.
photo by Nash Country Daily