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“BEEN THERE, DRUNK THAT” INSPIRES DIZZYING NEW VIDEO

bradyseals-tshirt2NASHVILLE, Tenn. – March 23, 2010 – StarCity Recording artist Brady Seals recently released the intoxicating new radio single, “Been There, Drunk That,” from his current album, Play Time, along with timely PSAs encouraging responsible drinking. To counterbalance the sensible and sober message, Seals filmed a dizzying and entertaining video for the song and launched BeenThereDrunkThat.com as a social networking site celebrating and lamenting drunken tales and porcelain bowl praying.

From moonshine to cognac and beer pong to body shots, “Been There, Drunk That,” written by Seals and Bill Whyte, name checks about every alcoholic beverage known to partiers and every possible way to consume it. The video needed to be equally festive so StarCity hired Nashville director James King who used the city’s nightlife as a backdrop shooting in hotspots such as Tin Pan Alley, Valentino’s and East Nashville’s Red Door. Throughout the video, Seals acts as the voice of reason, telling the inebriated main character, comedian/actor Taylor Mosbey, “no thanks Joe, I’ve been down that road, been there, drunk that.”

Check out the video on Brady’s YouTube page here and look for it soon on CMT Pure, CMT.com, GACtv.com, Roughstock.com and Yahoo! Music, among many other sites. Digital Rodeo posted a behind-the-scenes look at “Been There, Drunk That” here.

To continue the spirit of the song, Seals launched BeenThereDrunkThat.com, a social networking/viral video site. Fans over 21 years of age can log on to post pictures and videos of themselves and friends in the midst of their bacchanalian celebrations. While there, visitors can view a studio video of Brady and the band performing the song and hear his PSA message encouraging people to “Rock Responsibly.”

Play Time offers a collection of jaunty, tongue-in-cheek country songs and is garnering rave reviews from music fans and critics alike. Country Weekly writes, “[Play Time is a] musically freewheeling and lyrically lascivious new solo album” and Roughstock.com reports, “Brady’s fourth solo album is all about having a good time and escaping the daily grind of life.”

Brady Seals embarks on “The Play Time 2010 Tour” beginning March 25 in Grand Rapids, MI. He is joined by StarCity Recording label mate Nathan Lee Jackson (“Desperate Man”) and Englishman David Bradley (“Soak It Up”). For a complete list of tour stops, visit www.bradyseals.com.

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For More Information, Contact:
Amy Willis, Wortman Works Media & Marketing, Ph: (615) 451-7781, awillis@wortmanworks.com