TVD Video Premiere: Jason Freeman,
“Magic In My Home”


Stop the presses—it may be a little too early to finish your “Best-of” lists quite yet.

We’ve got a video that deserves consideration. Memphis bluesman Jason Freeman has walked a long and winding road to get to where he is today and has something to show for it.  We’re pleased to premiere the video for Freeman’s “Magic in My Home,” a swarthy guitar tune well-worth blasting through your headphones all week long.

“Magic in My Home” is directed by Emmy Award-winning director Alan Spearman and finds Freeman in the middle of nowhere, whispering his music’s sweet nothings into the Southern air with local juke artist Lashonte Anderson giving you plenty to look at.  If the tune is familiar to you, it probably speaks to your great taste in film, as it was featured in Craig Brewers’ recreation of Footloose.

The six-string son-of-a-gun has just released his 10-song debut Hex and Hell on Craig Brewers production company BR2. Freeman, who’s known as a long time player with The Bluff City Backsliders, is well-versed in their acoustic sound, and brings a host of kinetic and emotional electricity to his solo effort.  The end result is a muddy, swampy, blues album knee-deep in gritty guitar, fuzzed out vocals, and a handful of songs to sin with.

Be sure to keep up with Freeman for the release of two upcoming videos supporting Hex and Hell, as well as the album’s release on vinyl in February.

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