Video Shootout: Chris Young vs. Montgomery Gentry vs. Jon Pardi
Four-week Video Shootout champions Home Free and their "Crazy Life" music video are now in The Boot's Video Shootout Hall of Fame, which means that three new artists and videos are competing in this week's Video Shootout.
First up is Chris Young and his "I'm Comin' Over" clip. The singer says that the song "describes that feeling when you can’t get someone off your mind and you just have to be with them no matter the consequences."
Montgomery Gentry are this week's second competitor, with their "Folks Like Us" video, which shows people enjoying everyday life in the United States, interspersed with shots of the duo singing outside by a campfire. It was directed by Stephen Shepherd and shot in Springfield, Tenn., just outside of Nashville.
Finally, Jon Pardi is in this week's Video Shootout with his "Back on the Backroads" music video. Both the clip and the tune are are a tribute to everything country, and the video adds in a bit of humor, with Pardi acting as an old-time cowboy during some black-and-white sequences.
Watch all three of this week's competing music videos below.
Which clip do you want to win this week's Video Shootout? Vote in the poll below as often as once per hour through Sunday night (July 26), and the video with the most votes will compete again, against two new opponents, in next week's Shootout.
Video Shootout Rules: The video that receives the most votes wins, and the winner goes on to face two new challengers in the Video Shootout next week. Vote as often as once every hour. Any video that wins four Video Shootouts in a row will be retired into The Boot’s Video Shootout Hall of Fame to allow new clips to compete. Certain videos may be considered for a second Video Shootout.
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