I work hard on my music and dance skill. Getting ready to put my show together on my first tour. I want my show...I work hard on my music and dance skill. Getting ready to put my show together on my first tour. I want my show featuring my country music song with the edge of today Hip Hop.
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I will always be a Daddy's Girl.
When I was creating this song I wanted to celebrate all Dads and incorporate my...I will always be a Daddy's Girl.
When I was creating this song I wanted to celebrate all Dads and incorporate my own special moments along with my friend's memories and why they are a Daddy's Girl. My favorite memory for me was going storm chasing with my dad and not telling mom. My Dad and I still to this today spend hours playing music. The sound of this song was important to me. I wanted to bring back more of the old style country sound but keep it fresh. I wanted to create a song that people could dance too. I'm very blessed with having amazing Nashville musicians creating the final sound.
My friend Lance Goodwin help me film and editor the video. My mom and Hollywood Stylist Melissa Larskin designed/made my custom green beaded boots. Every bead was hand glued one bead at a time.
Written by Anastasia Richardson and Curt Ryle
Anastasia Richardson - self,
Jimmy Parker - Father,
Lucas Ciliberti - Boyfriend,
DP / Editor - Lance Goodman,
Production Coordinator - Bridget Ciliberti,
Location - Portland, TN,
Music Producer - Curt Ryle with Big Matador Recording,
Dennis Holt - Drums,
Dane Bryant - Piano,
Steve Bryant - Bass,
Mike Severs - Electric Guitar,
Wanda Vick - Fiddle,
Curt Ryle - Guitar,
Alice Summers - Background vocals,
Earth made Records: owners Anastasia Richardson and Susan Dale,
Executive Producer - Susan Dale,
Stylist - Melissa Laskin,
Funny moment in making this video. When we were driving to Portland, TN to shoot the scenes. My mom was riding in Lucas Ciliberti vintage car which was going to be used in one of the scenes but halfway to Portland the car engine blow leaving them stranded on the road. We had to send a crew member to set with the car until the tow trunk came which was 4 hours later. Since we had limited time to shoot the scenes in Portland and without the vintage car we had to completely change the scene at the last moment.More