Shane Owens Video of “Where I’m Comin’ From”
Premieres Exclusively Online Today at The Boot

 

Shane Owens

Country music traditionalist, Shane Owens’ video “Where I’m Comin’ From” will have its exclusive online Premiere at The Boot, today, Monday, Dec. 7 at 9:00 AM (ET). Click here to watch the video:
“Where I’m Comin’ From” was directed by famed videographer, Jim Shea, who has received multiple awards and nominations for his work with Alan Jackson, Faith Hill and Brad Paisley, among many others. The single is currently gathering strong momentum at radio and is the lead track from Owens’ forthcoming full-length album, set for release in early 2016. It was Executive produced by Country music icon, Randy Travis, and produced by Music Row legends James Stroud (Chris Young, Clint Black) and Ed Seay (Martina McBride, Collin Raye).
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Photo credit: Jim Shea
ABOUT SHANE OWENS:
Shane Owens has built a following in nightclubs of the Southeast for over a decade where fans flock to hear his powerfully emotional singing. He has opened shows for dozens of major stars, and eventually word from them trickled back to Nashville’s music executives. Inevitably, in 2005, an Owens CD entitled Let’s Get On It briefly saw the light of day. Its single, “Bottom of the Fifth,” was a hit in Texas and was halfway up the national charts when the label folded. His album was on the market for less than 100 days.
Owens dusted himself off and pushed forward. Legendary producer, James Stroud (Chris Young, Clint Black) took him under his wing, and a second album was recorded and readied for release in 2009, when suddenly that record company also went under. This time, Shane Owens was badly bruised.
There was a silver lining in his second album’s demise, however. He was able to maintain ownership of the stellar songs he’d recorded with Stroud and those tracks, along with several newly recorded tunes with the esteemed Ed Seay (Martina McBride, Collin Raye, etc.) now form the basis of his upcoming CD for Amerimonte Records. The result is a pluperfect portrait of a proud country traditionalist. There is just one detail in this picture that might seem strange: Although his voice sounds marinated in Jack Daniels, this honky-tonk singer is a straight arrow. “I’ve never smoked, I don’t chew, I don’t do drugs, and I don’t drink. I’ve never been in any kind of trouble. I’ve never even had a speeding ticket. Some people don’t get that,” says the outstanding barroom stylist.
On the other hand, maybe things are just right, just the way they are: “I’ve been blessed to be brought up the way I was brought up. And I’ve learned the hard way that you’ve got to be yourself. That’s what’s gonna sell: Me being me. Maybe this whole thing is meant to be, and I’ve been through all of this for a reason, and the third time’s the charm.”