Americana Highways brings you this video premiere of David Haerle’s song “Run and Be Free” from his recently released album Death Valley. Death Valley was co-produced by Jose Salazar and Brina Kabler, mixed by Ron Hitchcock, with engineering by Geoff Neal, Nate Haessly and Jose Salazar. The album was mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering.
“Run and Be Free” is David Haerle on lead vocal, acoustic and electric rhythm guitars; Carson Cohen on bass, keyboards and backing vocals; Reade Pryor on drums and percussion.
The video was shot by David Haerle and Erica Koesler, edited by Michael Pottle with creative input by Jose Salazar. There’s no better time for a song like this; Haerle’s work is a harbinger of a great summer.
This song draws from my childhood in Los Angeles and my second home in McMinnville, TN, where my grandparents had a farm. I grew up knowing the hustle of the big city as well as the joys of riding motorcycles, driving tractors and floating down the river in the country. When childhood ends, life happens. Ambition can take over and sometimes drive us 100% of the time. Who isn’t ‘busy’ or trying to be more ‘productive?’ Our obligations and responsibilities seem never ending. We attach our happiness to outside factors beyond our control. The time to ‘run and be free’ that we had as kids slips away. I’ve learned it is a good idea to make time to run and be free, whatever that means to you. — David Haerle
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