Multi-talented country recording artist J.Antonette releases a new music video for her latest single, “Something I Said.”

NASHVILLE, TENN. - Multi-talented country recording artist J.Antonette releases a new music video for her latest single, “Something I Said.” The single is the first of three set to debut in the upcoming months.

“Something I Said” was filmed in the Angeles National Forest located in the San

Gabriel Mountains in southern California. The video features beautiful desert mountain views, the blue California sky, and simple gorgeous imagery.  The video was directed by J.Antonette and Jay Resh with additional editing by Justin Stewart.

“I love nature and being outside in different elements. I had been spending time hiking in that area for a few weeks before my move to Nashville, and it just seemed like the perfect place to film this video. There is nothing more freeing than being on top of a huge mountain in the West singing your heart out.”

J.Antonette received her start as a background singer for Melissa Etheridge and has since performed with Grammy Award-winner Michael Bolton among others.  As an artist, J.Antonette has opened for country acts such as Jordan Davis and Tucker

Beathard. She continues to achieve success as a songwriter placing music in popular TV shows as well as writing for other artists. 

“Something I Said” is available now on all streaming and downloading platforms.

For more information visit www.JAntonette.com

Media Contact: 

E: Lynn Trotta - JTonezMusiccorp@gmail.com

SPOTIFY LINK: https://open.spotify.com/track/3WaM2WH5uJjKhy5nXf6kc8

SOUNDCLOUD LINK: https://soundcloud.com/j-antonette/something-i-said-1

YOUTUBE LINK:

www.Jantonette.com

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