Americana Highways presents this video premiere of Brad Colerick’s song “Time Machine,” from his recently released album Hope Street. Hope Street was produced by Brad Colerick and mixed by Ed Donnelly.
“Time Machine” is Brad Colerick on acoustic guitar and lead vocals; David Plenn on electric guitar; and Guillermo Guzmán on bass.
The video was animated by Scott Feldmann, with photos by Mark Chitwood, Karen Kader, Ashley Younkin, Bob McMaster, Catherine Schulte, Dean Jacobs, Jordec Shannon Cramer, Michael Peterson, and Pete Genzlinger. From the first beats, this song pulls you into a southern rock boogie that’ll remind you of ZZ Top and 60’s rock n roll with a contemporary foundation. The video will cause you to smile while the top tapping overtakes you.
The Time Machine was what I called the powder-blue 1971 Lincoln Continental that my grandfather owned, and later my mother. When I visited Nebraska, I got to transport myself around in this machine. It had white leather interior and an eight-track player with two tapes — The Everly Brothers Greatest Hits and the soundtrack to The Graduate. It seemed to defy some laws of physics in getting me around — certainly laws of the state of Nebraska. — Brad Colerick
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