CHRIS JANSON’S “BETTER I DON’T”

CHRIS JANSON’S NEW MUSIC VIDEO “BETTER I DON’T”
 MAKES WORLD PREMIERE ON CMT PURE, CMT MOBILE & CMT.COM TODAY (3/28)
 
Hot Country Newcomer To Perform The Buzzed-About Single At The ACM Weekend Fremont Street Concert On 4/6
Chris Janson video photo
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Bigger Picture
 
Nashville, TN – (March 28, 2013) – Hot country newcomer and dynamic multi-instrumentalist Chris Janson
will world premiere his brand new music video for “Better I Don’t”
today (3/28) on CMT Pure, CMT Mobile and CMT.com. The exclusive debut
was directed by Wes Edwards and shot in the popular Nashville music
venue 12th & Porter. The video vividly captures Janson’s
exhilarating live performance and innate sense of humor when he shows
off what would happen if he did rather than if he don’t.
“Better I Don’t” will be featured on his debut full-length album
produced by Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Band), which is
expected for release later this year via Bigger Picture Group.
 
Watch the video for “Better I Don’t” now via:
 
When asked about making the video,
Janson shared, “It was an unbelievable day and I was thrilled that my
family, friends and fans all came out to join in the fun and help me get
into a little trouble!”
 
Janson will perform the catchy song
and more during his April 6 full-band performance at the popular Academy
of Country Music’s Fremont Street Concert at the Las Vegas strip with
Randy Houser, Jana Kramer and headliner Jake Owen. He will take the
stage at 9:00pm.
 
Since releasing “Better I Don’t,”
Janson is already garnering nationwide buzz from media and fans alike.
With undeniable charisma, Janson brings a blue-collar, working-class,
boot-stomping hillbilly redneck attitude to bear on every live
performance, earning him opening slots for music legends Merle Haggard
and Hank Williams Jr. The talented songwriter co-wrote Tim McGraw’s
fastest rising single of his career with “Truck Yeah” and began writing
at just 18 with an impressive group of musicians from the likes of Guns
N’ Roses to Bill Anderson. The Perryville, Missouri, native first broke
onto the Nashville music scene when he landed a year long, four show a
day gig at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge on Nashville’s Lower Broadway.
 
Keep up with Chris Janson at chrisjanson.com, on Facebook at facebook.com/ChrisJansonMusic or follow him on Twitter: @Janson_Chris

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