Jason Michael Carroll offers video for "I Can Sleep When I'm Dead"
Thursday, May 1, 2008
– Jason Michael Carroll will release his third music video for the single "I Can Sleep When I'm Dead" to national television next week. The video, directed by David McClister (LeAnn Rimes, Dierks Bentley) and filmed in Nashville, is set to debut on Country Music Television and Great American Country on Monday, May 5.
"I Can Sleep When I'm Dead" is the third hit of Carroll's career, currently at 28 on the charts. Carroll had back-to-back top five hits with "Alyssa Lies" and "Livin' Our Love Song." His number one debut album, "Waitin' In The Country," was among the top 10 best-selling country albums last year.
This summer, Carroll will tour with Carrie Underwood on the extended Carnival Ride Tour along with headlining his own dates.
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