Exclusive Premiere of Audie Blaylock and Redline's New Music Vid

Exclusive Premiere of Audie Blaylock and Redline's New Music Video

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(615) Hideaway Records is pleased to announce the release of its first music video for the label from Bluegrass veteran Audie Blaylock and Redline. The music video is in support of the current hit single “Love Is An Awful Thing”, which is riding high on the Bluegrass Today Weekly Airplay Chart appearing multiple times over the past month and currently at #4 this week.

Produced by the (615) Hideaway Entertainment and directed by Sammy Passamano, III, the video was shot on location at the Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum in Auburn, Indiana. Auburn, Indiana is proudly known as the “Home of the Classics” for its pioneering role in the early automotive industry. The Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum exists to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the history and heritage of the products manufactured by the Ford Motor Company between 1932 and 1953.

“‘Love Is an Awful Thing,’…I believe is a perfect bridge between tradition and the future. I think the lyrics and the musical interpretation — as well as vocal interpretation — show a fresh approach to bluegrass music and still pay homage to the roots and tradition that it came from.” — Audie Blaylock

“Love Is An Awful Thing”, written by Redline band member Reed Jones, is the first single released nationally from the album titled Originalist released on August 9th.

Originalist was produced by Audie Blaylock And Redline and the band includes Audie Blaylock (lead vocal & guitar), Even Ward (banjo), Mason Wright (fiddle) and Reed Jones (upright bass)

The album, Originalist includes six originals, including the single “Love Is An Awful Thing” and another song written by Jones, “The Gate Called Beautiful”, which went #1 on the Bluegrass Today Weekly Gospel Chart. Also, included on the album is the instrumental “Huckleberry’s Hope” which is receiving strong Bluegrass airplay and six songs specially picked out by Audie and the band made popular by many legends like Jimmy Martin, The Stanley Brothers, The Delmore Brothers and more.

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