We've all heard it said sometimes there's more than meets the eye.
In the case of the making of the video for Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton's "Dive Bar", (Garth's first music video in TWELVE years!) CMT is offering you the chance to see more at sea level. (One example tidbit: You won't BELIEVE where Garth found the amps featured in the video...let's just say they're no stranger to H2O). -MC/TCC
A special broadcast of The Making of “Dive Bar” will exclusively premiere on CMT on Saturday, January 18 at 12pm/11am CT, and will re-air on Sunday, January 19 at 12pm/11am CT. After its initial CMT premiere, CMT's cable all-music channel CMTMusic (channel 145 via Xfinity/Comcast) makes more laps with the special, airing it three times throughout the following week: Tuesday, January 21st at 5pm/4pm CT, Friday, January 24th at 10pm/9pm CT and Sunday, January 26th at 8pm/7pm CT (https://www.xfinity.com/stream/entity/8015188385938332112).
Brooks co-directed the music video alongside Robert Deaton, teaming up to make a one-of-a-kind concept. Brooks and Deaton share the process that went into making the video, including Brooks’ band members taking scuba diving lessons to bring the song to life and the meticulously shot visuals throughout.
Shelton also offers a humorous glimpse into the atmosphere on set for the video that garnered more than 30 million views in five days. CMT Hot 20 Countdown will celebrate the broadcast premiere with a special “Garth Weekend,” featuring over 3.5 hours of Garth-centric programming for its weekend shows. CMT Hot 20 Countdown: Garth Weekend will air at 9am ET/8am CT on Saturday, January 18 and Sunday, January 19.
#Garth #Blake #BabyShark #SharkTank #TakeADive
Oh, the Places We'll Go! Circle TV Network Takes Shape: New Launch Steps In, Steps Out and Has a Laugh- Out-Loud Good Time With Nan Kelley, Hee-Haw, Stand-Up Comedy, Elizabeth Cook, and Landmark Return of The Grand Ole Opry
“We are excited to launch the network with a fantastic slate of new, original programming that is true to Circle’s core mission,” said Drew Reifenberger, general manager of Circle Media. “These 16 shows are just the start of how we intend to bring fans closer to the artists they love, with more than a dozen additional shows in various stages of production and development. Serving as the regular drumbeat of Circle will be our broadcasts of each week’s live Grand Ole Opry performances.”
Circle will feature original programming centered around artists and their music; hobbies; outdoor and offstage adventures; food; family; and friends. Circle will also offer entertainment news, documentaries and movies along with licensed programming and archival content. It will be the new TV home to live broadcasts of 650 WSM's popular morning radio show Coffee, Country and Cody (formerly aired on Heartland TV). Original programs at launch include (click "read more"):
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