New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Texas singer songwriter, Abe Mac has found his musical stride in Red Dirt Country with his new single, "Crazy." Its honest poetic lyrics, delivered in Mac's warm country baritone, are wrapped up in musical instrumentation that features the Abe Mac Band and guests Kurt Baumer on fiddle and Rusty Danmeyer on pedal steel. Baumer recorded and toured for years with Lonestar, and Danmeyer toured and recorded with both Lee Ann Womack
and Leann Rimes, among others.
" is an intimate love song and the music video is shot against the lush backdrop of dramatic West Texas
skies. It features newlyweds Victor Iglesias, a real-deal cowboy who is a competitive roper, and his wife Lilly, who shines in this authentic interpretation of the lyrics, "It's fire on my fingertips, Honey, every time I taste your lips…"
Produced by Marsha Hansen, Patti and Keith Richards' sister-in-law, the video skillfully handles private moments and tells a sweet story, while capturing the deep feelings and connection between two people who are in love.
Call it red dirt or pure Texas
" represents the genre of music that most strongly resonates with Abe Mac. It is the first single from his upcoming album, which is slated for release in late November. Other Abe Mac band members are Eddie Blake
Salomon who plays upright bass, L.J. Dominguez on drums, and Xavier Gonzales on electric guitar.
Listen on Spotify and watch the video on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rn-_lzvuXCk