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BIG & RICH PREMIERE “FAKE ID” ON CMT TOP 20 COUNTDOWN TODAY, JUNE 24

BIG & RICH PREMIERE “FAKE ID” ON CMT TOP 20 COUNTDOWN TODAY, JUNE 24

NASHVILLE, TN – (June 24, 2011) – Multi-platinum hit duo Big & Rich premieres their new music video, “Fake ID,” on CMT Top 20 Countdown beginning today at 11 a.m. ET/PT. The new video will be available on CMT, CMT Pure, CMT.com and CMT Radio Networks beginning today, June 24. The video will also be available in CMT Hot Shot rotation beginning Monday, June 27. Big & Rich’s high energy song is featured in the 2011 remake of the movie, “Footloose” and will be the lead-off single off the film’s soundtrack. The original scene in “Footloose” was shot at Cowboy’s in Atlanta, but it has since closed down. Directors Robert Deaton and George Flanigen duplicated the set at Nashville’s Rocketown for the Big & Rich music video, to replicate the scene to fit the film’s clips. To watch the video, click here: http://budurl.com/FakeIDvideo

This summer, Big & Rich will be out this summer tour on “Xtreme Muzik…The Tour” co-headlining with Gretchen Wilson and also featuring Cowboy Troy. For tour dates, visit: www.BigandRich.com/shows

Big & Rich is comprised of Kenny Alphin and The Celebrity Apprentice winner John Rich. The multi-platinum hit duo have garnered multiple GRAMMY, ACM, CMA and CMT Music Award nominations. Their first studio album, Horse of a Different Color, includes their hit infectious single, “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy). Other hits include, “Comin’ to Your City,” “8th of November” and “Lost in this Moment.” “Comin’ to Your City” is in its sixth consecutive year as the theme song for ESPN’s College GameDay show.
Photo Caption: Big & Rich performing on the set of the “Fake ID” music video shoot
Photo Credit: Ann Marie Hensley
For more information on Big & Rich:
Website – www.BigandRich.com
Facebook – www.facebook.com/BigandRich
Twitter - @BigandRich, @JohnRich, @BigKennytv

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