Brett Kissel, Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick speak filming ‘Drink About Me’ song video in a Bahamas
Canadian nation star Brett Kissel and ‘Bachelor’ pals Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick plate on entrance together in a Bahamas for Kissel’s song video, ‘Drink About Me.’
LOS ANGELES – Brett Kissel has confirmed a low tie to country music given he was a immature crooner vital in Canada, barely training to play a guitar during a insistence of his parents, who urged him to rigourously learn a instrument and a nuances.
As a 6-year-old, Kissel wasn’t into training about song speculation and usually wanted to learn a guitar by replaying what he had listened on a radio, yet he admits it was an “unconventional approach to be brought adult in nation music.”
Fast-forward to today. Kissel, now 29, has expelled a handful of albums and is gearing up to entrance his newest record “Now or Never” in January. Not to mention, his music has warranted him several accolades, including Canadian Country Music Association awards and JUNO awards.
Brett Kissel performs during a Chevy Breakout Stage on Day 3 of a CMA Music Festival on Jun 8, 2019, in Nashville, Tenn. (Photo by Leah Puttkammer/Getty Images)
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However, one plan he is super vehement about is a song video for his latest single, “Drink About Me.”
The Canadian cattle farmer, along with his tighten pals and one of Bachelor Nation’s favorite couples — former “Bachelorette” Kaitlyn Bristowe and alum Jason Tartick — recently sat down with Fox News to plead a song video, that stars Bristowe and Tartick.
“I desired removing an event to hang out with these guys in this implausible plcae and unequivocally take a loyalty to a subsequent turn since we all had cooking together shortly before we went with my wife, Cecilia, and apparently Kaitlyn and Jason,” Kissel boasted about a impertinent couple.
“And articulate about a video and how it was gonna be, we knew it was going to be fun. But we consider once we left a Caribbean, we satisfied that was one of a many fun weekends I’ve ever had.”
Bristowe, 34, and Tartick, 31, likened a knowledge of filming in a Bahamas to being on “Bachelor in Paradise,” yet it was usually a dual of them removing friendly together.
“Being in a song video was always on my bucket list. So we was like, ‘Yes, we get to star in a song video with my friends and with my boyfriend,’ so we don’t even consider we finished your sentence. we already had pronounced yes. we was unequivocally excited,” Bristowe removed of training she had been tapped to star in a shoot.
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She jokingly added: “It was a lot of bugs, a lot of sweating, a lot of creation out and a lot of drinking.”
“Yeah, it was unequivocally cool. we mean, what an overwhelming opportunity,” Tartick echoed. “We always fun around since we met on Kaitlyn’s podcast. So Kaitlyn was on ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘The Bachelorette’ and we was on ‘The Bachelorette’ and we met on a podcast. We didn’t unequivocally get that TV time to unequivocally suffer and we finished adult for that mislaid time.”
Kissel also non-stop adult about a souvenir he perceived from a mythological Johnny Cash when he was only a child before Cash died, which, Kissel said, cemented his friendship to a Man in Black forever.
“I always desired Johnny Cash,” Kissel shared. “And when we was a kid, it’s not that we had an upbringing that was easeful in any way, though we didn’t know as a 4-year-old, 5-year-old, 6-year-old, that music wasn’t new and it was only song that we played. So Johnny Cash song was always in a residence and generally something that my grandparents played.”
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“Johnny Cash song was always in a residence and generally something that my grandparents played.”
Kissel pronounced his grandparents had grown “an implausible record collection,” adding that when he initial began personification a guitar, “I would indeed sing in a same pivotal as Johnny Cash, only one octave higher.”
“I sounded like a small girl, some-more like Dolly Parton, and he was Johnny Cash,” Kissel quipped as Bristowe and Tartick struggled to enclose their laughter. “And his orchestration was unequivocally easy to play – bang chicka boom, chicka boom, chicka bang – so that was easy for me also to play as a kid. So we desired his music.”
The “Cecilia” performer went on to report how, when he was 12, he wrote Cash a minute of condolences when a legend’s second wife, Jun Carter, died in May 2003.
“I was so unhappy for him and we felt like we knew him, so we wrote him a minute from an residence that we had in a behind of my grandparents’ records,” Kissel recalled, adding that in a meantime, over a subsequent months that followed, he combined his initial recording on cassette fasten called “Keeping It Country.”
The plan was a collection of his favorite Cash annals that spoke to a feelings Cash competence have been experiencing in his bereavement.
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“I wrote him a letter, put it in a mail and afterwards we forgot about it and finished this recording, a garland of Johnny Cash songs, ‘Tennessee Flat Top Box,’ ‘Big River,’ ‘I Guess Things Happen That Way,’ we Still Miss Someone’ – it was roughly like a reverence record to him,” pronounced Kissel.
Then, Kissel pronounced on a day he perceived a precious artifact from a famed Cash, he had been scheming for a largest uncover he had to date for his album’s debut.
“And then, it’s Friday, Sept. 12, 2003, and we don’t have to go to propagandize this day since I’ve got this large recover celebration that we have to prepared for,” he explained. “I’m already gonna dress adult all in black since Johnny’s my favourite and play all of his songs. My mom woke me adult in a morning and she said, ‘I’ve got good news, though I’ve got unhappy news. The good news is your unison sole out.’”
Kissel put a stress of a attainment into perspective.
“I’m 12 years aged and a small encampment is 300 people – it’s a encampment of 300 people and we sole 600 tickets. So that was a unequivocally special thing.”
“There was a large yellow pouch that we non-stop adult with unsure scratch and it said, ‘To Brett, Jesus, first. Johnny Cash.'”
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Then, Kissel’s mom fed him a ruinous news that Johnny Cash had died that morning.
“I was devastated,” Kissel recollected. “But we went, we know – a uncover contingency go on – we got prepared for my concert. My father came home from work that day and [had] a smoke-stack of mail, and in that were letters and cards from grandparents or cousins who couldn’t make a show, though wishing me good on my release-party day.
“And there was a large yellow pouch that we non-stop adult with unsure scratch and it said, ‘To Brett, Jesus, first. Johnny Cash.’ It was a design he gave me, and we got that on a day that he died.”
Sept. 2, 1995. Johnny Cash performs during his shred of a Concert for a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
(The Associated Press)
Kissel maintains to this day: “I don’t know if he sealed that for me, we know, 3 months ago. And we don’t know if he sealed that to me 5 days before he died,” he said.
“But we feel that in all that I’ve ever finished in my life, that he has kind of had his hands on my shoulders. I’ve never met him, though we know I’ll accommodate him one day.”
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The heartwarming story permeated a room, eliciting reactions of dishonesty from Bristowe and Tartick. And in deliberating his statue in Cash, Kissel couldn’t assistance though emanate high regard to a stream vital legend, Garth Brooks, whom a “Love Them A Little” thespian non-stop adult for 16 shows while Brooks finished his approach by a Canadian leg of his tour.
In recounting a “euphoric” knowledge of blazing a theatre with Garth Brooks, Kissel pronounced he was as tighten to sky as one could get in this lifetime.
“I’m perplexing to kind of describe it to like a Cloud 9 knowledge that we consider we’ve all had,” Kissel began, sketch a together to Tartick’s ardour with a Buffalo Bills. “I consider about you, Jason – like if we got a possibility to be during a core of a track and watch a Bills win a Super Bowl – like how overjoyed that would be.”
“That would be a biggest feeling in a world, and for me, that was night, after night, after night, after night, being with Garth, unresolved with Garth, removing a possibility to be with him backstage, removing a possibility to perform with him,” pronounced Kissel.
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“I trust that we know where Cloud 9 is. we know it exists and I’ve been there,” Kissel raved, incompetent to enclose his excitement. “It’s in a core of a track on a hulk steel stage, station shoulder-to-shoulder with Garth Brooks singing ‘Friends in Low Places.’ I’ve finished it. I’ve been there. That’s Cloud 9. People are like, ‘I consternation when I’m going to knowledge it,’ and it’s like, ‘Well, we know accurately where it is.’ That’s what it’s like.”
Kissel pronounced he has to place Brooks atop of a best, observant that he gives honour where it’s due mostly in partial of a towering series of shows Brooks has sole out during his shining career.
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“We had 55,000 people in, we know, in Regina, Saskatchewan, and a dates that we did opposite Canada,” explained Kissel. “I mean, he sole out 9 shows in Edmonton during 20,000 tickets. So that’s 180,000 tickets sole to come and watch a biggest hostess that ever walked a face of a world – and Garth Brooks.”
“I’m training from a guy, though he’s a GOAT. It’s like, we don’t know. He’s a Wayne Gretzky of nation music. He’s the… we don’t know. He’s a Muhammad Ali of nation music. He’s a biggest that ever lived.”