Americana Highways is pleased to bring you this video premiere of Tiffany Williams’ cover of the song “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive.” from her forthcoming EP I’ll Be Back Soon, due to be available on Feb 12. The song was written by Darrell Scott, and was produced, engineered and mixed by Rachael Moore with additional vocal recording and production by Britton Patrick Morgan. “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive” is Tiffany Williams and Darrell Scott on vocals, Kris Donegan on guitar; Lex Price on bass; Jon Radf on drums; and Josh Blaylock on keys and Natalie Murphy on fiddle.
The video was created by photographer/artist Trace Deaton https://www.facebook.com/tracedeatonphotography/, who has photographed the landscapes of Kentucky, some of which appear in this video. This song is beautiful, haunting and just overall wonderful and is a real find for quality music fans. The EP is a definite winner.
2 thoughts on “Video Premiere: Tiffany Williams “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive””
The song is beautiful, but the video is terrible because the landscape looks NOTHING like Harlan; in fact it looks the opposite. Instead it looks flat like Lexington. The lyrics say the Sun comes up at 10 and goes down at 3, referencing the steep mountains where Harlan is located, and coal mining is mentioned as well. There’s not a single mountain in the video. Instead, there’sa horse farm!