Kalie Shorr hit a new milestone in her career with the world premiere of her truth-telling music video “My Voice” by CBS/Viacom billboards in Times Square, CMT and CMT.com. Never one to censor herself, the song has Shorr airing her grievances about inequality within the very industry that she has fought for success in by perfectly blending her main musical influences of pop-punk and country. The video was directed by Tyler Dunning Evans (Backstreet Boys, Steve Aoki) and reflects Shorr’s confidence and strong personality.
“This video is so different than any I’ve ever done for so many reasons. Obviously, it was shot during a pandemic so we had to be really intentional about it and prioritize safety, which I’m happy to say we did. The team was so amazing to work with. It’s also so out of my comfort zone – I wanted to challenge myself to do something different. // Continue to the full article