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Video Premiere: Katie Curley “Beauty Queen”

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Katie Curley – “Beauty Queen”

Americana Highways is hosting this video premiere of Katie Curley’s song “Beauty Queen” from her forthcoming album Penny For My Heartbreak. The album was produced by Eric Ambel; recorded by Mario Viele and mixed by Mario Viele and Eric Ambel. It was mastered by Richard Dodd.

“Beauty Queen” is Katie Curley on lead and background vocals; Sarah Kinsey on background vocals;  Brendan Curley on electric guitar;  Eric Ambel on electric guitars;  Charles Giordano on organ;  Dan B. Green on bass and Konrad Meissner on drums.

The video was directed by Sarah Kinsey and produced by Katie Curley.  Nikko Tonolete was director of photography. The video was edited by Saksham Bharti with first assistant directors Sarab Sahni and Junia Caldeira Simao;  Julian West as first assistant camera and Jae Malabunga as second assistant camera. Alam Singh Virk was the key grip and Andres Mejia was the production assistant.

The video cast (in order of appearance) is protagonists: Katie Curley, Michelle Benitez, Hunter Mruz, and Elena Restrepo ; and “Hairapists”: Sarah Nedwek, Connor Wilson, Katelyn Sargent, and Diane Kilman Chen; Band: Brendan Curley, Dot Moore, and Shu Nakamura ; and Salon Customer: Glenn Spivack.

Is your hair stylist really your part time therapist? Aren’t they all? Oh what a quirky and fun idea to address, with something so profound as concern about aging and mortality lurking under the surface.   Watch and enjoy this video about “Hairapists” in an ultra pink salon, and note how the song itself grows on you!

When I got my first gray hair, my stylist took such good care of me… I realized that “hairapists” can and often do act as surrogate therapists and spiritual guides, lighting the way toward not only a new “do” but a new “you!” It struck me as really beautiful and worth celebrating. That’s what we tried to do in this video. — Katie Curley

Find more details here: http://www.katiecurley.com

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