Friday, July 25, 2014


                     CMT Has Exclusive World Premiere of JT Hodges’ New Music Video
                     “Already High” Is Lead Single From Hodges’ Upcoming Sophomore CD

Pictured (l-r): Video director Mason Dixon and JT Hodges
Photo Credit: Natalie Moore

Nashville, TN  July 25, 2014 --  Today, CMT will premiere JT Hodges’ new music video, “Already High.”  Directed by Mason Dixon, the one take, live action video was shot on location in Nashville, and features cameo appearances by several guest celebrities, including NFL football players and recording artists (see list below). The video will premiere Friday morning on CMT, Pure, and on the CMT Artists App.  To view the video, click here:

Additionally, Hodges will participate in a Twitter Chat with CMT at 11am CT today.  Fans can ask questions by using #CMTJT.

“This video was fun for me to do for several reasons,” Hodges said.  “First, I got to hang out with lots of friends at a bar, so how can that be a bad thing?  We even had to take a break and hunker down when one of those wild Tennessee summer storms blew through. Next, I got to work really closely with Mason in conceptualizing this video.  I wanted it to have a light hearted, fun feel to it and look like a typical night out on the town, except here, I’m just trying to say goodnight to my buddies and get home to my really hot wife! Luckily, I convinced my really hot wife Kasey to play that role in my video. It took a lot of pleading, but I finally got her to say yes.”

In addition to his wife Kasey, Hodges’ video features another family member, his Australian shepherd, Dax. “Dax didn’t take a lot of convincing and works for peanuts, or should I say jerky treats,” Hodges said. “This is old hat to him, as he’s already had a role in a movie called The Sophisticates. He loved being on set because there were so many new people to get attention from. He's such a ham.”

Those people include: Michael Roos and Brian Schwenke, the Tennessee Titans; Ryan Seymour, the 49er’s; Tim Fugger, the Jets; Wesley Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers; Kyle Cook with Matchbox 20; Stephen Liles Barker of Love and Theft; Jon Stone with American Young; Joshua Jones and Driver Williams of Eric Church’s band and singer Whitney Duncan.

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