Jimmy Wayne’s new music video for “I’ll Be That” was shot during his concert at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in his hometown, Charlotte, NC, adding even more excitement to an already energy infused performance. Wayne describes the song as a “fun, summertime, roll down the windows and ride” kind of song, and that is exactly the kind of feel producer/director Todd Cassetty attached to the video.
“Jimmy is a very visual performer and full of energy,” Cassetty said. “When you throw in the added bonus of filming this in front of a big audience of screaming hometown fans, well it was all our cameras could do to keep up with him. He was all over that stage.”
To capture the excitement of the moment, Cassetty and his team from Todd Cassetty Welding Service utilized multiple cameras for the live performance. A camera crew also followed the Valory Music Co. artist throughout the day, adding in elements from meetings with fans as well as radio station visits, giving the video some unexpected surprises.
Wayne’s highly anticipated hometown show was also opening night of Brad Paisley’s American Saturday Night Tour. Wayne will be on the road with Paisley and Dierks Bentley through October.
“That night was one of the biggest nights of my career,” Wayne said. “Not only was it opening night of a tour I am so proud to be a part of, I also got to shoot my first ever performance video in my hometown for a song I co-wrote. How can it get any better?”
Wayne’s latest single from his CD Do You Believe Me Now follows on the heels of the multi-week #1 smash title track and the second hit single, “I Will.”