Craig Campbell’s new single, “Fish” is getting a lot of has been getting a lot of play on country radio. And recently, the video for the song started airing on CMT and GAC. Here is a look behind the scenes at the filming of “Fish.”
It’s a fishing frenzy for Bigger Picture Group recording artist Craig Campbell on the set of the music video for his latest single, “Fish.” Campbell is joined by Mariko Izumi, World Fishing Network star and host of “Hookin’ Up With Mariko Izumi,” who plays his love interest in the playful new video.
Directed by Wes Edwards/Ruckus Films (Jason Aldean, Brooks & Dunn, Trace Adkins), the video was shot in late May on a beautiful piece of property just outside of Nashville.
The “Fish” music video premiered on CMT.com on July 11 and Great American Country (GAC) starting July 12. It can also be caught on other online and TV outlets in the coming days.
“Fish” is the second single from Campbell’s recently released self-titled debut album, which posted the biggest first week sales from any new male country artist out this year. The new song has seen a tremendous surge in digital downloads since going for airplay, increasing more than 1000% since its release.
ABOUT CRAIG CAMPBELL: After moving from his hometown of Lyons, Georgia to Nashville in 2002 to pursue his country music dreams, Craig Campbell quickly picked up work as a keyboardist in Luke Bryan and Tracy Byrd’s bands and was later discovered playing a regular gig at legendary Nashville honky-tonk, The Stage. The singer-songwriter has earned well-deserved praise from the country’s toughest critics for his recently released self-titled debut album. Campbell’s autobiographical lead single, “Family Man” was a top 15 hit and the new single “Fish” is out now. He has a busy summer and fall touring schedule, including dates with Alan Jackson and Lady Antebellum. To learn more about Craig, visit www.craigcampbell.tv and follow him on Twitter @craigcampbelltv.
If you haven’t seen the video yet, you can watch here. Time for me to get my day started. But tonight, I’m going to answer some long over-due e-mail. So if I owe one to you – hang on…I should get to you later tonight!
Have a great Wednesday!