“How a Free Man Feels” Music Video
Directed by DanPred
Add date – 08/08/19
About Terry Robb
Some musicians win awards. Then there are the very few who have awards named after them. Terry Robb – one of the most decorated and widely respected artists working in any genre –is one of those guys. The Vancouver-born, Portland-based bluesman took home the Muddy Award for Best Acoustic Guitar so many times that the Cascade Blues Association finally broke down and attached his name to the trophy permanently.
Recognition for his artistry doesn’t stop there. The Oregon Music Hall of Famer has been praised by Rolling Stone, Acoustic Guitar, Down Beat, Guitar Player, Vintage Guitar, and Living Blues, which called him one of the nation’s finest acoustic guitarists. He’s toured the country with Buddy Guy, Steve Miller, and John Fahey, appeared on Late Night With Conan O’Brien, strummed and picked for the crowd at the Rose Garden before a Portland Trail Blazers game, and collaborated with the Oregon Symphony. During his multi-decade run in the spotlight – one in which he’s released fifteen acclaimed albums – he’s shown himself to be a master of nearly every blues style and technique imaginable. He’s played slide, he’s played electric, he’s finger-picked, he’s kept it traditional, he’s gone experimental, he’s given it to the crowd rough and fiery, he’s been gentle and understated, and he’s pushed the blues into places where it doesn’t ordinarily go. But he’s never any better than he is when he picks up his Martin acoustic and lets it rip.
About the video
That’s what he does on “How A Free Man Feels,” the newest singls from his most recent set. Confessin’ My Dues is a further demonstration of Terry Robb’s flexibility and mercurial talent – and this songs is a straight-forward example of superb axemanship. There’s nothing fancy about the clip, but it sure is effective. Here, we find Terry Robb in his native environment: the recording studio. “How A Free Man Feels” is simple: Terry Robb is alone in studio, just him and his guitar. Black and white fades to bright color, as he sings about wanting to know how a free man feels. There’s no distraction – just Terry Robb’s voice and his intricate guitar work. With close-up shots of him at the microphone and his hands fretting the six strings, we get to see the master at work.
Want more from Terry Robb and HIP Video Promo?
It truly is an honor to work with a dedicated, and decorated, artist like Terry Robb himself, and we’d be delighted to see “How A Free Man Feels” and “It Might Get Sweaty” included in your regular programming and online presentations! The new album Confessin’ My Dues is out now, and Terry Robb will be performing concerts all over the US and Canada this summer. Please reach out to let us know what we can do to secure your support, or if you’d like us to send some Terry Robb merch for on-air contests and giveaways. Call Andy Gesner and the HIP Video Promo crew at 732-613-1779 or email us at info@HIPVideoPromo.com, and head to www.TerryRobb.com for more info and to see all of Terry Robb’s upcoming tour dates.