Nashville singer-songwriter Liv Charette gives C&I an exclusive first look at her music video for “That Kind of Song.”
Singer-songwriter Liv Charette’s debut single, “That Kind of Song,” is a ballad over 10 years in the making. Written by the late Andrew Dorff and Barry Dean and produced by Nashville icon Steve Dorff, “That Kind of Song,” required an impressive amount of vocal range that only country music newcomer Charette could successfully attain.
“This is one of those songs that is especially challenging to sing, from both an emotional and two octave range difficulty,” said producer Steve Dorff in a press release. “Liv totally hits it out of the park.”
To accurately portray the song’s emotional roots, history, and musical beauty, Charette filmed and performed the music video at the historic Franklin Theater in Franklin, Tennessee. There, Charrette gives a stunning solo performance.
“It was a dream,” says Charette about filming the video at legendary Franklin Theatre. “From the historic stage to the vintage microphone, every piece of this shoot made me feel like a modern-day Patsy Cline.”
Directed by Jeff Johnson, the video follows Charette singing beyond a royal purple backdrop as she serenades an empty theater. “His vision really brought the song to life and we created something I’m so incredibly proud of,” she says.
Get an exclusive first look at the music video for “That Kind of Song” below.
For more information on Liv Charette, visit her website.