Big & Rich debut new video
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Big & Rich debut new video

Friday, June 24, 2011 – Big & Rich premiered their new music video,Fake ID, on CMT Top 20 Countdown today.

The new video will be available on CMT, CMT Pure, CMT.com and CMT Radio Networks beginning today and available in CMT Hot Shot rotation beginning Monday, June 27. Big & Rich’s song is featured in the 2011 remake of the movie, Footloose and will be the lead-off single off the film’s soundtrack. The original scene in “Footloose” was shot at Cowboy’s in Atlanta, but it has since closed down.

Directors Robert Deaton and George Flanigen duplicated the set at Nashville's Rocketown for the Big & Rich music video, to replicate the scene to fit the film’s clips.

This summer, Big & Rich will be out this summer tour on “Xtreme Muzik…The Tour" co-headlining with Gretchen Wilson and also featuring Cowboy Troy.


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CD review - Gravity Was it all their fault? It's been 10 years since Big & Rich injected a modern twist on the country sound on to the charts. The monster hit from their debut record, "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)", never did reach number 1, but it sure seemed inescapable in 2004. Since then all of the duo's antics that seemed daring then -- from hip hop experimentation to raucous rock shows celebrating a never ending party ethic - these things don't just feel like the fringes of ...
CD review - Hillbilly Jedi Big & Rich, last heard from with 2009's "Greatest Hits," is a duo that vacillates between musical extremes. Either they're partying like there's no tomorrow, as happens during Cowboyz, or they are the preacher's pets, exemplified by That's Why I Pray. But can these lustful 'Cause I Play Guitar guys, be the same ones that singer tender ballads like Last Words? Apparently so. It's the whole Saturday night vs. Sunday morning paradox, one supposes. ...
CD review - Greatest Hits Thoroughly unafraid to lead the freak parade for the better part of this decade, Big Kenny and John Rich have repeatedly demonstrated their range in each of their three studio albums, giving voice to tender ballads alongside their over-the-top party hits. That range is well-showcased here. As is often the case with hits collections, the way you feel about this album will be directly related to how you feel about Big and Rich, a duo that has served to divide the country community between those ...


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