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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

American Songwriter Premieres David Olney's Video for "Sad Saturday Night" Starting June 23rd

AMERICAN SONGWRITER TO PREMIERE
“SAD SATURDAY NIGHT” VIDEO FROM
DAVID OLNEY
Monday June 23rd

Starting Monday, June 23rd, national magazine, American Songwriter will be premiering David Olney’s full length video for “Sad Saturday Night” from his forthcoming release, When The Deal Goes Down, on Deadbeet Records. This will be located on their website: www.americansongwriter.com  and will run all week until Friday June 27th. This will be a great part of promoting this unique songwriter and roots music icon.
Produced by David Olney and Mark Robinson and recorded/mixed at Guido’s Studios South in Nashville, When the Deal Goes Down presents a dozen tales of roots music mayhem and delight, with the acclaimed singer/ songwriter backed by a cadre of some of Music City’s most creative players, including long-time Olney compadre Sergio Webb on guitar. The new album is the first time Olney and Robinson have worked together.
In this video, shot late at night in Nashville, David walks continuously through the streets looking at windows, staring at the people and obviously thinking about things as he does. He recruited Annie McCue, a California musician herself, to be the tuba player following the man around town, and with a pinstripe suit and a derby hat, it was a match made in video heaven. He picked her because of her mixed bag of auras that range to “angelic”, “Charlie Chaplin-esque” and “fearless”.
“Olney has created such a memorable set of distinctive characters and dramatic scenarios … seems like a soundtrack to a novella or stage production.” --- Michael Berick, Blurt Magazine
So tune to Americansongwriter.com starting Monday 6/23 and be Olney-ized….

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