Delivering a high-octane performance of the song to an enthusiastic crowd, juxtaposing a hard rock electric guitar riff with a lyric that celebrates the good old-fashioned country way of life (Taste of Country / Sterling Whitaker), independent country sensation (Rolling Stone Country) Frank Foster releases a video to the title track of his seventh studio album, ‘Til I’m Gone.
The video, directed by Jeff Landry, exclusively premiered on Taste of Country and was shot at one of Foster’s notoriously rowdy, sold-out shows during his 2019 ‘Til I’m Gone Tour.
“The ‘Til I’m Gone’ video was not only a wonderful opportunity to show off our latest single, but also a great opportunity to show off our greatest asset…our fans,” said Foster. “They really bring the energy every night and it was great to capture that.”
Following the release of Foster’s seventh studio album, ‘Til I’m Gone, the Louisiana native made national appearances on TBN’s ‘Huckabee’ and Fox News Radio. ‘Til I’m Gone swiftly ascended the Billboard charts during the week of its release. The album debuted at No. 2 on Billboard Country Album Sales chart, No. 4 on Billboard Independent Albums chart, No. 16 on Billboard Top Country Albums chart, No. 21 on Billboard Top Current Albums chart and No. 160 on Billboard 200.
Foster has previously charted five albums on the Billboard Country Charts with two debuting in the Top Ten (Rhythm and Whiskey and Boots On the Ground) and two debuting in the Top 20 (Southern Soul and Good Country Music). Foster has sold over 150,000 albums and 400,000 singles during his career.
A former oilfield man turned entertainer, Foster, became a viral sensation when his co-worker posted a video of him playing on YouTube. His YouTube now has 12 million views while his Spotify has more than 20 million spins. While not writing or recording, Foster spends time touring the country opening for artists such as country music icon Hank Williams Jr.
Be sure to follow Foster his website www.frankfostermusic.com.