Yallwire is pleased to present the digital premiere of Jared Blake's "Stomp" music video. The video is a bold mashup of alternative Country Rock with a blend of hip hop, and one gets a wild visual vibe from the video.
Paying homage to his home state and history, the video’s Arkansas scenes, shot in Mountain Home at Royal 66, give a vintage throwback to the 1920s prohibition era before leading into the wild vibrancy of Las Vegas’ neon lights with scenes shot during two of Blake’s performances at the Red Rock Casino Resort.
First introduced to the world in 2011 on Season One of The Voice as an original member of Team Blake, Country Rock rebel Jared Blake played to an audience of over 14 million viewers weekly and won the enthusiasm of fans with his Country-grunge style and R&B flair. Since his world-wide television debut in 2011, the Country Rock rebel has been busy making the transition from the pop-culture reality TV competition scene to Country music airwaves. His “Stomp” single is currently featured on Sirius XM’s Country station “The Highway” and debuted at #5 on MPE downloads only behind Thomas Rhett, Brad Paisley, Jake Owen and Montgomery Gentry.
Brought up in the small town of Star City, Arkansas, Blake knows the importance of community and family values. A father of six kids, he sees it as a natural extension to take care of his fans as well as friends, whom he aptly nicknames “frands.” Blake is a member of the Nashville Cartel with fellow Hitmen Lewis Brice (brother to Country sensation Lee Brice) and Billy Dawson.
Whiskey Myers perform at the Nutty Brown Amphitheater in Austin Texas. The Tyler Texas band performed to a full house. The show featured a mix of Southern rock and alternative country songs.