Photo Roundup (3/22/12)

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• March 22, 2012

Gamma Blast director Jeff Johnson, who has directed projects for Keith Urban, Billy Currington, and Lady Antebellum recently completed a music video for new country artist Brynn Marie. The video for her debut single, “Bandaid On A Bullet Hole” was shot on location at Silver Pointe studios in Nashville. After an exclusive run on CMT.com, the video will begin airing on AOL’s The Boot as well as other online and broadcast outlets.

Johnson commented, “First and foremost, Brynn is a great live performer, so I really wanted to capture the essence of her “live” show. She’s also a trained dancer and we enlisted some Tennessee Titans cheerleaders to appear with her in the dance sequence.”

(3rd from left) lighting designer Erik Parker, Brynn Marie and Johnson with the Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders.

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Katie Armiger has begun working on her new album with Reigning CMA Musician of The Year, Mac McAnally and two time Grammy Winner, Chad Carlson at the Blackbird Studio in Nashville. “To begin work on my next album with Chad and such amazing musicians is so exciting…and to be able to write all of the songs for this album is an amazing feeling,” exclaimed Armiger.

(L-R): Mac McAnally, Katie Armiger, Chad Carlson

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ACM New Artist of the Year nominee Brantley Gilbert recently performed on the 86th floor of Empire State Building. He performed his No. 1 hit, “Country Must Be Country Wide,” as well as his current top 20 and rising single, “You Don’t Know Her like I Do.” Gilbert, who will make his network television debut on the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 1, was in town as part of Eric Church’s The Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour playing to a sold-out crowd fat the Hammerstein Ballroom.

Brantley Gilbert

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