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Ballard world premieres new vid

Monday, September 8, 2014 – Frankie Ballard will world premiere the music video for his hit “"Sunshine & Whiskey" exclusively across CMT, CMT Pure, FrankieBallard.CMT.com and CMT Artists App today.

Filmed in a small Pueblo village outside of Los Angeles, director Jack Guy weaves together vignettes featuring a classic sports car, beautiful lady and whiskey, surrounded by Ballard and his guitar making it all come alive.

"Sunshine & Whiskey" has sold well more than 300,000 copies and follows his first number one, "Helluva Life." Both are from his second CD, "Sunshine & Whiskey." Ballard offers a bluesy take on country rock.


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CD review - Frankie Ballard As country music's latest "triple threat" (singer/songwriter/guitarist), Michigan native Frankie Ballard puts a blues/soul spin on his country music, and that resulted in a video hit with Tell Me You Get Lonely. While his major-label debut EP does play to his strengths on some songs, all too often he ends up getting lost in the already-crowded batch of new wannabe country stars. A good example of the best and worst of the album are in Ballard's two singles to date. ...


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