The song was penned by the King of Country music himself together with his son Bubba Strait and friend Dean Dillon.
George Strait’s “Every Little Honky Tonk Bar” Music Video
The official music video starts in a bar that seems to have some of George’s memorabilia. Then it went straight to a concert by the King of Country.
In this concert, he was performing his new song, and the crowd was loving it. He is at the stage with his guitar and his band. One thing that we like about George Strait is that he does not do outrageous public stunts during his concert.
What he is trying to sell to his fans are his passion for music and his talent in guitar playing. That and his good ole’ country style that the fans still love up to this day.
The video then starts to cut into a bar where people are enjoying themselves. It goes back and forth from his concert to the bar where country folks are dancing.
About the Album
The singer talked about his album and said:
“I’m really excited to have some new music coming out. It’s been about two years since I’ve released a record. It was great writing with Bubba and Dean again and creating such a beautiful song with Bubba and Jeff Hyde.
As mentioned, it was Strait’s second official music video for a single from his new album. The first video was for his song Codigo, which featured his wife, Norma, dancing.
The singer continues to make great music even at his age. This was his 30th studio album that was released last March 29. He worked with his longtime friend, Dean Dillon, with almost all of the songs in the said album.
This album was George’s 27th number 1 album. It also reached number 4 on the Billboard 200. Now, that is a feat that only the king can achieve.
Check out his new music video here:
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