Friday, November 30, 2012

Godsey and Associates debuts “I Want To Be That Man” by Brian Free and Assurance

The music video to Brian Free and Assurance’s newest single “I Want To Be That Man” off the Nothing But Love project premièred November 27. It is being aired to the group’s YouTube channel which can be accessed at
Subscribers of the Brian Free and Assurance email newsletter will be getting an early preview of the video. Fans can subscribe at the band’s official site
“This video helps tell the story along with the song of how a man is influenced by his father’s relationship with the Lord and of the things that really matter in life.” said Brian Free. Singing scenes were filmed on the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge in Nashville on a cold Tennessee November day. Heather Krull, who has worked on several productions including the remake of Footloose featuring Julianne Hough, was on the scene to get the guys ready for hair and makeup. The setup crew created a well lit scene featuring the Nashville skyline as the backdrop.
The cinematic story unfolds to a busy man (played by Clay Harris) with little time for his family and his father (played by Alan Godsey) who deeply cares for his son and prays for him daily. Viewers watch as slowly the prayers break barriers and the son “takes a stand and leads his family as he holds the father’s hand.” It’s heartwarming.
“I was moved when I heard I Want To Be That Man,” said producer Scott Godsey. “I knew people were going to be touched by this song. BFA was great to work with and I hope many people will be encouraged by this video.” Godsey and Associates is a production company serving clients with high quality video presentations to share with their audiences.
The song was written by Ricky Free and Lee Black. Ricky, son of Brian Free, traveled as drummer with BFA for nine years, but is now a full-time studio musician, producer, and writer.
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