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Published on September 18th, 2019 | by Jerry Doby

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GRAMMY Award Winner and Multi-platinum Selling Performing Artist, David Ball, Premiers New Video for ‘Pretty Baby’

GRAMMY Award winning artist, David Ball, premiered his new music video, in support of his single “Pretty Baby” today, the second release from his tenth studio album, Come See Me. The new music is available for streaming and download on all online digital platforms including Amazon Music, Apple Music, Google Play, Spotify, iTunes and more.

David describes it this way, “It’s a song about sneaking your girl out of her bedroom window, then drinking tequila & dancing at a honky-tonk. What more do you WANT?!”

Live footage was shot at Honky Tonk Tuesday Nights at the American Legion Post 82 and the Nashville Palace in Nashville TN, as well as Honky Tonk Texas in Silsbee TX. The video was produced and directed by Brendan Warner of BW Productions. HTTN founders Brendan Malone and Kevin Mauzy Martin hosted and narrated the video.

In celebration of the release, David Ball performed Honky Tonk Tuesday at American Legion Post 82 in Nashville. Also on the bill: Buck Trent (Hee Haw, Porter Wagoner Show) & Chris Scruggs (Marty Stuart) C’mon pretty baby, let’s go honky tonkin’ tonight!

“David Ball is still kickin’ everyone’s a$$ in Country & Western Music, singin’ the real deal!” Brendan Malone, co-founder of Honky Tonk Tuesday Nights.

Ball is currently on his Thinkin’ Problem 25th Anniversary Tour, playing more music than ever before from that landmark debut album. You will also hear songs from his 10th studio album, Come See Me (2018), available for download on digital platforms Amazon Music here and iTunes, here and can be ordered from his website davidball.com.

David Ball Tour Dates:
9-19-19 – Crossville, TN – Palace Theater
10-5-19 – Port Charlotte, FL – Over The Bridge
10-7-19 – The Villages, FL – Savannah Center
10-10-19 – Spring, TX – Dosey Doe Big Barn
10-11-19 – Coupland, TX – Old Coupland Inn and Dancehall
10-12-19 – Kendalia, TX – Kendalia Halle
10-15-19 – Nashville, TN – American Legion Post 82
11-2-19 – Green Bay, WI – The Meyer Theater
11-3-19 – Sauk Rapids, MN – Rollie’s Rednecks & Longnecks
11-14-19 – Dallas, TX – The Kessler Theater
11-15-19 – Austin, TX – The 04 Center
12-14-19 – Nashville, TN – Franklin, TN – Puckett’s
12-21-19 – Nashville, TN – American Legion Post 82
1-24-20 – McMinnville, TN – Park Theater

Stay in touch with David Ball on social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Subscribe to his YouTube channel.

About David Ball: 
David Ball grew up in Spartanburg, SC where he learned to play guitar but later honed his skills on the upright bass, which led to a gig playing bass in Uncle Walt’s Band, credited as the first Americana act. The legendary trio was headed by Walter Hyatt and also included Champ Hood. A solo career led Ball to Nashville where he signed a publishing deal and later, a recording contract.  David’s music came full circle when Lyle Lovett reached back into Uncle Walt’s Band repertoire to include one of David’s early songs, “Don’t You Think I Feel It Too” on his 2009 disc, Natural Forces. David won a Grammy Award for the song “Old Folks At Home (Swanee River)” from the album Beautiful Dreamer – The Songs of Stephen Foster. (2005) Fourteen of his singles have entered the Billboard charts, including “Thinkin’ Problem” and “Riding With Private Malone,” which made Ball one of the first artists to take an indie single to the Country Top 5. He has recorded a total of seven studio albums, including his platinum certified Thinkin’ Problem.  The title track was the top selling country song of 1994. In 2013 David Ball became one of the first living members to be inducted into the Historic Spartanburg Music Trail in his hometown of Spartanburg SC, joining other notables such as Hank Garland, Don Reno, Buck Trent and the Marshall Tucker Band.


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