Holler is excited to be premiering the latest installment of Duke Spirits' ongoing music-focused program The Masters Music Series with a brand new live video of Grammy award winner Eric Paslay performing his smash hit ‘She Don't Love You’.
The video perfectly captures that hairs-on-the-back-of-your-neck magic of being at an Eric Paslay show, as he and his band dig in for a gutsy performance of the track from his 2014 self-titled debut.
Watch the video for Eric Paslay’s ‘She Don't Love You’ as part of Duke Spirits‘ The Masters Music Series premiering exclusively on Holler below.
Duke Spirits’ The Masters Music Series is a live performance video series that showcases established stars and emerging artists and supports multiple generations of musicians and writers through various programs and initiatives. Two videos are released each week on Duke Spirits' YouTube channel, one from an established act and another from a rising star.
Duke Spirits first launched The Masters Music Series on October 7th with Eric Paslay singing his hit ‘Friday Night’ and Paul McDonald performing ‘New Lovers.’
Elsewhere they’ve showcased Wynonna Judd's live performance of her song ‘Other Side’, Levi Hummon's performing ‘Bottled Up’, Craig Campbell's live performance of ‘By God’ and Josh Shilling's performance of ‘Cold Front.’
The Masters Music Series was conceived by Executive Producer & Duke Spirits Founder Chris Radomski and Producer Austin Moody, who brought their idea to life at Sound Emporium Studios in Nashville, TN, where each performance video was filmed inside the iconic Studio A. The Masters Music Series is hosted by Runaway June member Jennifer Wayne.
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Artist and songwriter Austin Moody knows in his gut when something looks and sounds just right, and now he's applying those skills to The Masters Music Series in his role as Producer. Growing up in the small town of Kingsport in East Tennessee, a chance meeting with country music legend Marty Stuart during his high school years inspired him to move to Nashville, where he put in the work to launch his artist career.
During his years in Music City making his own records, Moody was drawn to producing and learned from masters of the craft like Tony Brown, Mac McAnally, and Keith Stegall. Those experiences honed his ability to step into the producer's chair himself, and he is excited to share this new project with Duke Spirits.
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