Lamon Records Nashville and truck-driver turned country singer Bobby Dean has released “Another Last Chance.” The 15 minute movie short features the music of the Kent, Washington resident who embarked on a career in music after building a successful trucking company. Starring William McKinney and Danielle Turner, the film was produced by Elevating Entertainment.
The story centers around three music videos that when played together tell one story of a young couple struggling with their relationship.
“Another Last Chance” begins with “You Can’t Drink ‘Em All,” a track from Dean’s Country Country album, which was released recently by Lamon. Then, Dean’s current radio single “Me and George Strait” picks up the storyline which leads to the final song “Holding On To Something” before the conclusion of the story.
“We wanted to create something that was new for country music,” says Dave Moody, producer of Dean’s music and President of Lamon Records, the 50 year old premier indie label based in Nashville.
“Bobby’s always game to push the envelope for his music and “Another Last Chance” is a great example.”
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