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Country musician, Jay Jolley, releases "High and Mighty" on CMT

Newcomer country musician, Jay Jolley, has recently debuted his music video for the single, "High and Mighty," currently seen on CMT Music. The announcement was made on Friday, June 13 via Susan Niles PR. The video was produced and directed by Viro Films' Sean Barbas. While making the video, Jolley stated "While filming the video on beautiful Laguna Beach in California, some guy runs by in a thong. Needless to say, he ended up on the cutting room floor."

 Jay Jolley releases new single "High and Mighty," featured on CMT
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Jay began his career with success in regional areas, that increased his presence on the national country music scene. His early years began playing in high school garage bands, then soon began competing in local contests, booking steady gigs as a solo artists or band member from those in his native Midwest. He cultivated his large following through these performances, and opened shows for renowned acts like The Black Crowes, Rick Springfield, Sass Jordan, and UFO, to name several.

After opening for such well-known performers in big arenas, Jolley has his own dreams of performing at Madison Square Garden and the historic Royal Albert Hall, including the legendary Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. His peers sing his praises, including Liz Larin, Anita Cochran, and bassist Doug Kahan. Not only does Jolley have a passion for music, he has a passion for fishing, flip-flops, NASCAR, and spending time with his family, among numerous other life pleasures.

To preview the video on CMT, click HERE. The video can also be viewed in this article by clicking the video tab. The single can also be purchased through iTunes HERE. Jay is currently on tour through the month of June and September, with additional dates being added. "High and Mighty" tells a great story of a hopeful romance that just didn't work out and is finished. The single is a follow-up to his Charlie Daniels, Kim Williams, and Doug Johnson penned song, "God Save Us All From Religion."

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