Caroline Jones Wants You To Come In and Watch Her New Music Video

Caroline Jones Wants You To Come In and Watch Her New Music Video

Talking about her song, “Come In (But Don’t Make Yourself Comfortable)” Caroline Jones says “It’s very sassy, and sexy, flirty and empowering and strong.”

And now she’s releasing a music video that captures that same spirit, “This video is a barn burner!!”

Previously Caroline shared with fans the studio performance video of the track, but now everyone can check out the official music video, which is a big step-up from her other releases, “It is our largest video production to date, and as my fans will see, it’s very different from all of my previous music videos.”

This video was a new experience for Caroline for another reason as well…it was not filmed in America.

At the beginning of quarantine Caroline had the option to travel to and stay in New Zealand, so she took it. That’s where the song and video were created.

While it’s a beautiful country, and she’s loved her time there, Caroline did admit “It was a challenge to find a country and western bar in New Zealand, but we did it! Working with an all-New Zealander cast was especially refreshing as they were all very joyful, pure, and genuine people. I believe that energy comes across in the dancing and throughout the video too.”

Check out the music video for “Come In (But Don’t Make Yourself Comfortable)” from Caroline Jones right here…

Headline Photo Credit: Laura Tait

Additional Photo Credit: Tyler Lord

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Ashley McBryde Packs It All For Her Tour

Ashley McBryde Packs It All For Her Tour

Ashley McBryde’s This Town Talks tour gets rolling next month in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Then for the next 7 months she’ll be crisscrossing this nation playing shows from Georgia to Montana and everywhere in between.

So, with all that travel, and different locations, packing for a tour can present some challenges. Ashley shares one basic piece of advice when it comes to preparing for the road, “At first, learning how to pack for on tour…I really didn’t do a good job. I guess maybe I thought I was leaving for summer camp. So, I would spend a couple of weeks where I overpacked, and a couple of weeks where I under packed. Just let me tell you…if you have to choose between the two – overpack. You can put those clothes away when you get back.”

 

Photo Credit: Daniel Meigs