McGraw broadcasts video filming live today
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
– Tim McGraw is inviting fans to watch the making of his music video as it happens for his brand new single, One Of Those Nights
today starting at 4:30 p.m. Eastern.
McGraw will offer a live feed with the help of Ustream from the filming of the music video at its location in Nashville. McGraw will be able to interact with fans and chat with them periodically throughout the shoot while giving them the chance to see how the video process works.
"It's crazy that 25 years into my career, this single and this album represent a lot of firsts for me," said McGraw. "There's a renewed feeling of creativity and excitement, and I want the fans to be part of it every step of the way. The technology that's out there today provides some cool new ways to connect with music fans, so it'll be fun to give everyone a real look at what happens on the video shoot. I hope we can do more stuff like this as things get even busier with 'Two Lanes of Freedom'."
The song is McGraw's second single from his upcoming Big Machine Records debut "'Two Lanes of Freedom." The album will be released Feb. 5, 2013.
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