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Kyle Park – “Rio”
Kyle Park has just released the music video for his latest single, “Rio” a song that captures the sense of adventure and freedom synonymous with the American cowboy. Co-written with CMT’s Next Women of Country member Erin Enderlin, “Rio” is Park’s fourth #1 single on the Texas Regional Radio Report from his latest album Don’t Forget Where You Come From. The video captures the bond between a horse and it’s new owner as they travel across the open country. Directed by Paul De La Cerda, the piece was shot on a private ranch in Corona, NM and features professional rodeo cowboy and four-time World National Finals Rodeo champion Tuf Cooper throughout the video.
When speaking with CMT.com Kyle Park says about the production, “The ranch owners, the Muncie family, I met them through a friend of Tuf Cooper’s,” They come from a long line of professional cowboys, as well. The old man in the video is the old man who owned the ranch … It was a classic cowboy lifestyle — ‘We take care of our kind around here.’”
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