Drive Myself To Drinkin’ from Po’ Ramblin’ Boys

back_to_the_mountainsThose Po’ Ramblin’ Boys have released another music video from their debut album for Randm Records, Back To The Mountains.

The video is for Drive Myself To Drinkin’, a Kody Norris song which they filmed live in the manufacturing facility of Pointer Brands in Bristol, TN.

Mando man C.J. Lewandowski says they made the trip specially for the shoot.

“We went up there the end of April and cut Drive Myself To Drinkin’ on the 3rd floor of the LC King Mfg. building in Bristol. If you see the hallway behind there, that is actually a brand new movie set for a drama that was filmed over the winter called Believe.

We’d like to thank Jack King, Chris Stewart, Delilah Estevez, and the LC King Mfg. family for letting us use the historic Pointer Brand Clothing building for our back drop. Thanks to Torrey Johnson for all his video work and editing. And also thanks to Paul Cavanaugh, Mike Butler, Beau James, and Randm Records for getting this set up and making it happen.

We are sponsored by the Pointer Brand Division of LC King Mfg. and we proudly wear their work wear and clothing on a daily basis. Made in America, from the denim to the last stitch. 35 employees handle every garment before it leaves the building. We love our country and we love durable, long lasting clothes, so there’s no other option, but LC King. The last American made denim clothing. That says a lot!”

Take it away, boys!


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