Studio Gold Nashville artist,Curtis Braly, has released the video for his new single "Sooner Or Later" featuring Kimberly Caldwell. The video was produced byTerry Corso, and directed by Clint Gregory, of Let ‘Em Have It! Productions in Los Angeles. The song was written by Ireland based songwriter Paul Cunningham, Jr. and produced by Emmy award winner Kenny Royster of Direct Image Studio in Nashville.
"Sooner or Later, I’ll find the strength to let you know the way I’ve been feeling for so long.”
"Sooner Or Later" is a timeless duet with exceptionally strong vocal performances from both artists. The song is about two people who have developed feelings for each other, and as the song grows, so does their courage to express those feelings. The video perfectly encompasses the storyline as you see two of the characters in the video grow from meeting eyes across the room at the beginning of the video to finally being together at the end of the video.
Kimberly performed in talent shows and pageants all across Texas, and until age15, was performing two shows a day, six days a week, in Branson, Missouri. After finishing high school, she became a household name as a finalist on Season 2 of American Idol and since then has hosted numerous TV shows, has written and recorded her debut album, “Without Regret”, and has recently launched her own handmade leather handbag line.
Curtis began singing with his mom in the church choir, and later performing at talent competitions as well. Along the way, he won the grand prize at a national talent competition, a trip to Nashville, which reinforced his desire to become a country music artist. Even before he recorded his first demo, he gained industry insight by working at a Houston radio station. In 2014, Curtis signed an artist development deal with Studio Gold in Nashville, and has since released two singles to country radio. Curtis was recently recognized by the Mayor of Houston, Annise Parker, for his efforts in supporting several non-profit organizations, and she has proclaimed August 8th as “Curtis Braly Day."