Temecula Road Premiers Their Latest Video, “Everything Without You” On One Country

Country trio Temecula Road premiered their latest video, “Everything Without You” with One Country (watch HERE.) The video, directed by Kyle Cogan, is the perfect accompaniment to the song and features the real-life love story of Lisa and Adam Franco, a retired Marine, who was deployed while Lisa was 5 months pregnant.  Between cinematic performance shots of Temecula Road, the couple’s love story is narrated via photos, home videos and personal texts.

The band was drawn to the couple’s story and felt the emotion that comes with having a loved one far away, especially for military families, is relatable and had this to say about the video…

‘Everything Without You’ touched us the first time we heard it, so we wanted the video to be very special too. After hearing the Adam and Lisa’s inspiring love story, we felt it was the perfect fit to highlight the sacrifices our troops endure every day to protect our country, and the strength of their loved ones at home patiently awaiting their return.”

The band also announced that they will be releasing a Christmas song, “Let It Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!”  The trio put their original spin on the holiday classic, featuring their trademark harmonies.  “Let It Snow” is available to purchase HERE and stream HERE (out Friday, November 3rd).

Adding to the spirit of the season, Temecula Road will perform as part of Chicago’s holiday kick-off this year, participating in the city’s Tree-lighting Ceremony at Millennium Park on Friday, November 17th and the BMO Harris Bank Magnificent Mile Lights Festival parade along North Michigan Avenue on Saturday, November 18th.  They are also confirmed to perform as part of Nashville’s Christmas Parade on December 2nd in the heart of downtown Music City!

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Temecula Road, visit their website and follow them on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.


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