The Official Music Video For Tyler Farr’s “Redneck Crazy.” Below is the official music video for Tyler Farr’s single, “Redneck Crazy.” The song is about a relationship gone wrong and the broken-hearted man dealing with it the best way he can. He copes by singing some Hank, creeping outside his ex-love’s house, drinking some beer and tossing the cans…basically going “redneck crazy.” I’m not sure if I would call this a serious song, but it’s definitely not a happy-go-lucky one…I mean the guy’s heart is broken. The video, on the other hand, is anything but serious. It guest stars some of Farr’s friends…singers Lee Brice and Colt Ford and Duck Commander front-man, Willie Robertson. The guys are basically on a covert mission to screw up the “ex’s” night. This mission includes a huge came flag, a convoy of ATV’s, an automatic toilet paper thrower and just all around redneck-mischief. It is pretty funny, so y’all watch “Redneck Crazy” below and tell us what you think!
NRA’s Country Artist Of The Month Embraces The Honor. Colt Ford has been chosen as the NRA Country Artist of the Month for December. As the artist of the month, he celebrates his support of our brave men and women in uniform, appreciation for the great outdoors, and love of family. “I have lived my life and built my career around core values my parents instilled in me: love of God, family, friends, America, and hard work. I share those ideals with my NRA Country family. I embrace the chance to be a role model for my kids and all of the other young country kids who are the future of this great nation. God Bless America. My Name is Colt Ford and I am NRA Country.” This month’s promotion gives fans the chance to win a Colt Ford prize pack including an autographed copy of Declaration of Independence, t-shirt, hat and sticker. Also as a treat to fans, they can check out this video of Ford’s recent visit to NRA headquarters. Also this month, Ford celebrates his first nomination as “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” on the fan-voted Fox television broadcast of the American Country Awards live from Las Vegas on December 10, at 8:00 pm ET/PT.