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article imageReview: Brynn Marie wows on new music video for 'I'm Sorry' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 3, 2013 in Entertainment
On July 24, rising country singer Brynn Marie debuted the music video for her newest radio single “I’m Sorry” on Billboard.
She is best known for serving as the opening act for veteran rock stars Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo this year, as well as Cheap Trick.
The video can be seen on Billboard’s official website by clicking here.
According to her Facebook page, she noted that the video was directed, shot and edited by her fiancé, Jeff Johnson. It was filmed on three different cameras, one of which was an iPhone, and it shot entirely in Franklin, Tennessee.
In the song’s poignant video clip, Brynn Marie is seen sitting on a stool and singing her heart out about a failed romance, and it features flashbacks of the couple in happier times. She looks stunning and she showcases a lot of range and control in her voice throughout the performance.
The Verdict
Brynn Marie is on fire with her new single “I’m Sorry.” Her vocals on this tune are as powerful as those of fellow country songstresses Rebecca Lynn Howard and Trisha Yearwood. With talent of this caliber, Brynn Marie deserves to be on a major label and on the top of the charts. This is one country video that country fans and viewers won’t be “sorry” for watching.
To learn more about country singer Brynn Marie, visit her official website.
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