NASHVILLE, TN - (November 1, 2022) - Highly-acclaimed trio Flat River Band have released the official music video in support of the current radio single, “Ain’t A Woman Like A River.” Rising fast on the MusicRow Country Chart along with CDX TRACtion Mainstream Country, the song is a crowd favorite at live shows and appears on their Sights and Sounds EP. The music video was premiered on The Country Network.
The video features stunning scenery of Middle Tennessee, along with family photos that focus on the women that are the backbone of Flat River Band. The moving images create the perfect backdrop for the lyrics and also the soft, gentle harmonies the band is known for.
“Working with Mark Nicolosi is always a treat, he’s a visionary. He can see and capture things that very few people can see. He has done three or four videos from this collection of songs on the Sights and Sounds EP. It’s always a pleasure and an honor to work with him!” exclaimed the Flat River Band.
“The guys are always excited about doing a video!” expressed videographer Mark Nicolosi. He went on, “I love capturing their excitement on film. Every time they perform they never cease to amaze me, because every time they perform it’s like they’re performing for the last time on Earth.”
The newly-released project was filmed in three separate locations in Tennessee by videographer Mark Nicolosi and include, The Bicentennial Trail in Ashland City, Lick Creek in Hickman County and West Light Studios in Franklin. The song was co-written by Chad Sitze and John Colgin.
Flat River Band:
Flat River Band consists of three brothers Andy, Chad and Dennijo Sitze, who grew up in a multi-generational family band. Performing alongside their parents and grandparents, they held residencies at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri and at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Throughout their tenure in music, the Missouri natives have charted #1 hits on the bluegrass gospel charts and have opened for The Chicks’ Natalie Maines, Alison Krauss, Ricky Skaggs, Rhonda Vincent, TG Sheppard and more.
The trio's songs can be found in the 2018 movie The Least of These, A Christmas Story, featuring Duane Allen (The Oak Ridge Boys), Deborah Allen and Tayla Lynn (Loretta Lynn's granddaughter). The band recently released a new five-song EP, Sights and Sounds, which has given the trio exposure in the spotlight of the Americana and Country formats.