ARTICLE: Steve Azar "MOO LA MOO" Sneak Peak Video Shoot
Steve Azar is hitting the airwaves again, and he brought along some friends from L.A. to the Mercy Lounge in Nashville on Wednesday May 20th to film the video for his first single on his upcoming CD. Actors Paula Trickey ("The OC") and Gary Valentine ("The King of Queens") offered Azar friends and fans an opportunity to get up close and personal during the day long shoot for “Moo La Moo”.
The video is directed by Eric Welch [who also directed the video for Azar’s hit song “I Don’t Have To Be Me (til Monday)”]. In a dance floor scene, Valentine holds a series of dance auditions to get a line dance craze started for the tune where his physical comedy on the dance floor as well as audition videos adds humor and lighthearted fun to the atmosphere. Trickey along with other dancers are showcased auditioning and showing off their dance moves while Azar and his band perform live on stage while the auditions are taking place.
Later that same evening Azar invited the public to join in on the excitement and be a part of the live concert portion of the video. The first 100 fans were welcomed to the venue at no charge and the concert was open to the public once the video wrapped.
"Moo La Moo," written by country-rock artist, Azar and hit songwriters A.J. Masters ("Change My Mind", "Love Ain't Like That") and Jim Femino ("Just Got Started Lovin’ You", "Like A Woman"), is an upbeat, light-hearted song about an all-too-relatable dilemma -- being broke long before payday comes. The single is already receiving air play after its release in April and can also be downloaded at iTunes.
Look for Azar’s new album on Ride Records, scheduled for release this summer. For more information on Steve Azar visit http://www.steveazarlive.com/.