TOBY KEITH'S "HOPE ON THE ROCKS" VIDEO GOES ONLINE NOV. 30 Clip Of Fast-Rising Album Title Track Now In Heavy Network Rotation
(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) ACM Video of the Year title holder Toby Keith has released his latest clip to the major television outlets, and online play is soon to follow. "Hope On The Rocks" hits Vevo and YouTube Nov. 30.
Already in heavy rotation on CMT, GAC and TCN , "Hope" is directed by Keith's longtime collaborator Michael Salomon. In their latest work, Keith plays the song's bartender protagonist and ably shepherds his flock of lost souls through life's low moments.
Keith and Salomon have a long-running history of success. Clever, moving and innovative, their clips range from the farcical ("As Good As I Once Was," "Stays In Mexico") to the dramatic ("Bullets In The Gun," "Cryin' For Me (Wayman's Song)").
And, of course, they are the men behind "Red Solo Cup," which is already in the books as the biggest viral video event in country music history. With more than 20 million online views and counting, "Red Solo Cup" earned the 2012 ACM Award for Video of the Year, among many other accolades and records.
"Hope On The Rocks" is the second single from the album that shares its name, following the hit single, "I Like Girls That Drink Beer."